Thursday, July 11, 2013

CO2-induced starvation update: Only 70 percent of Mexican adults are overweight

Mexico overtakes US in obesity levels - Americas - Al Jazeera English
Mexico surpasses US as world’s fattest developed nation, 70 percent of Mexican adults are overweight, shows a UN report.
April 2013:  World is Unprepared as Climate Change Starvation ‘Disaster’ Lies Ahead: Report : One Penny Sheet
Millions of people will die of starvation across the world, as agricultural yields are expected to tank and the price of food is expected to double by 2050, scientists urged in a new report released this week.

The culprit? Extreme temperatures, floods and droughts brought on by climate change, the scientists warned in this year’s US National Climate Assessment.


timg56 said...

Apparently the authors didn't bother to check on current ag production.

Corn and wheat crops are hitting record levels in the US and globally.

They als do not seem to realize that as world food production is increasing, the amount of land under production is going down.

Anonymous said...

floods and droughts

Y'all make up your mind. Or are we going to have dry floods and wet droughts?