Massive malnutrition may come climate change

Israel21c: Israelis were part of a multicenter study that tried to understand the potentially devastating effects of climate change on the world’s poor and hungry, and the crops they eat for basic sustenance. Their conclusions paint a grim picture. Writing about their results in Nature, one of the world’s most prominent science journals, the study leaders predict that as climate change progresses, crops grown in the second part of this century will become “hollow.” There will be lower levels of iron, protein......

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