Inside Story – The politics of global food security


AlJazeeraEnglish

Published on Nov 1, 2012

Researchers are warning that rising global temperatures could see a shift in the world’s traditional staples and who grows them. They predict that maize, wheat and rice will decrease in many developing countries – forcing farmers to replace them with crops more resistant to heat, drought and flooding.

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