Global malnutrition could fall 84 percent by the year 2050 as incomes in developing countries grow – but only if agricultural productivity continues to improve and climate change does not severely damage agriculture, Purdue University researchers say.
“Up to 2050, there could be some pluses for agriculture,” he said. “But in the longer run, adverse temperatures will likely become overwhelming, and rising carbon dioxide concentrations won’t help after a certain point. Eventually, you drop off a cliff.”
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