Plants genetically modified to take advantage of hotter temperatures and increased carbon dioxide could cut fertilizer use and raise yields to alleviate global food shortages.
Scientists say that a predicted world food shortage need not prove so disastrous if humans learn to use water more effectively.
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Climate impact researchers warn that drastic changes caused by global warming could put a billion more people at risk of serious food and water shortages unless action is taken now to cut greenhouse gas emission rates.
The cost of climate change for one of West Africa's most densely populated regions is likely to be severe, with food, energy supplies and industrial growth all at risk.