Ghost Food: an art exhibit shows how we might eat after global warming

Adi Robertson, The Verge
In 2011, the runner peanut — used in peanut butter — had its worst harvest in three decades after a summer of severe heat and drought. Not long after, researchers suggested that the North Sea cod’s slow recovery from chronic overfishing is due partly to warmer water that unbalanced the ecosystem. And rising temperatures worldwide threaten the cacao tree that gives us chocolate…READ MORE

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