Climate change is making our favorite carbs less nutritious

We already know how prolonged drought, high heat and heavy rains prompted by climate change can wreak havoc on agriculture. But there is more disturbing news. If we do nothing, growing levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide from emissions will seriously impair the nutritional value of wheat, rice and other staple crops, putting millions of people around the world in danger of protein deficiency, according to new research  published in the journal in Environmental Health Perspectives.
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Issue: Food Safety Typology: Research
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