Fast Food Giants See a Whopper of a Problem

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Corn’s central role in our diet suggests that Earth’s temperature fluctuations, and concerns over emissions that are believed to affect the climate, will become a more intensive focus for the companies that put food in our mouths, as they seek to meet demand with steady supplies and at prices that preserve, or even improve, profit.

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