Climate warming may hit India’s food securiy system: Report

Economic Times: High levels of warming resulting from continued growth in greenhouse gas emissions may hit India's food security system with a global report warning that the impact could be "more severe" on the country' rice and maize production. Like crops, the country's fisheries could also be negatively affected by climate change, says a report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released in Yokohama, Japan. It says that emissions of CO2 often are accompanied by ozone (O3) precursors......

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