Well, When We're Hot, We're Less Hungry Anyway . . .

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Global warming has cut about $5 billion worth of the world’s most commonly grown grains over 20 years. Warming temperatures from 1981 to 2002 cut the combined production of wheat, corn, barley and other crops by 40 million tonnes per year.

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