Climate Change Is Taking a Big Bite out of Our Food Supply

This story originally appeared on Mother Jones and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration.

With its siege on neighboring Ukraine, Russia has embroiled two of the world’s five leading wheat exporters in a chaotic war, representing about a quarter of the global trade in staple grain. Not surprisingly, global wheat prices surged during the first few days of the invasion. They’ve come down a bit since, but they remain at Wired - Science

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