Research: Climate impacts could push up food prices by 25 per cent

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New studies from Potsdam Institute suggest expanding bio-energy industry would put less upward pressure on food prices than adapting to climate impacts

Climate impacts could lead to a drastic increase in food prices over the coming decades as the agricultural industry struggles to adapt to shifting climatic patterns. That is the stark warning contained...

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