There’s a good chance it may not be as available in the future.
When we think of climate change, we often think about the weather, but rising temperatures is merely a symptom … and that symptom will have an impact on some of the things we take for granted, including our food.
This means that, for those who can afford it, some foods will simply cost them more in the future. But for poorer people, those same price jumps will likely cause certain foods to go extinct from their diets. “The more you reduce, the shorter the supply, and the higher the price will jump,” Schlenker says.
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