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Global food system emissions alone threaten warming beyond 1.5°C – but we can act now to stop it

It's vital we address the issues of global warming caused by global food systems. Image: Unsplash/Johny Goerend

John Lynch

Postdoctoral Researcher in Physics, University of Oxford

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Emissions will take Earth’s temperature past a 1.5°C rise in the 2060s, unless we transform our food systems. Image: Science Magazine

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