Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Climate change and food: The potential impact on production and prices

Climate change could affect food production across the globe. Image: Tim Mossholder/Unsplash

Paul Ekins

Professor of Resources and Environmental Policy, UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources

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