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Hotter climate means hungrier insects will munch millions more tons of crops
by Lin Taylor
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
30 August 2018
On 30 August 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
A warming planet will see larger swarms of hungrier insects chomp through millions more tons of rice, maize, and wheat crops globally by 2050, even if countries meet ambitious climate goals to curb carbon emissions, scientists said on Thursday (30 August).
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For every one degree Celsius (1.8F) rise in average temperatures, insects will consume an extra 2.5 percent of the world's rice, maize, and wheat crops, researchers said. ...
Most of the world relies on maize, rice, or wheat, and demand for these crops is projected to increase by a third by 2050, according to the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization.
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