The decarbonization diet
- Sep 6, 2020 8:34 pm GMT
Per the proceeding graphic, the Nature climate change paper Food–energy–water implications of negative emissions technologies in a +1.5°C future says, scenarios for meeting ambitious climate targets rely on large-scale deployment of negative emissions technologies that include trade-offs between food, water and energy that could result in staple food crop prices rising by approximately fivefold relative to 2010 levels in many parts of the Global South.
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