Extreme weather to hit global food system
The global wheat market will suffer a blow due to Russian drought and in Kansas thousands of cattle were killed by excess heat. Hundreds of acres of land area in Pakistan have been flooded and the condition may hit global food system.
According to climate scientists floods and draughts are common as the temperature rises due to smokestack and tailpipe emission. These conditions can cause food riots in some countries. U.S. has highest emissions per capita and the U.S. government failed to pass a bill to control emissions.
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