Climate change could raise food prices but also boost Canadian production: Report

Postmedia News: Climate change could cause food prices to rise by 20 per cent by the end of the decade, and even lead to some popular items disappearing from grocery store shelves, says a new report to be released on Wednesday. The study, released by the U.S.-based Universal Ecological Fund, predicts that -- if nothing is done to arrest or adapt to climate change -- global shifts in agriculture and demand will result in an increase of up to 10 per cent in Canadian production of wheat, corn and soybean. But the......

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