West Antarctic ice collapse ‘could drown Middle East and Asia crops’

Guardian: The collapse underway of a large part of the Antarctica ice sheet could devastate global food supply, drowning vast areas of crop lands across the Middle East and Asia, according to new research. The report, Advancing Global Food Supply in the Face of a Changing Climate, urges the Obama Administration to step up research funding– especially in developing countries – to help make up a projected gap in future food supply. It also warns America's corn belt could face yield declines of more than......

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