World Food Prize winner says food systems are crucial in tackling climate change


Food production is set to be profoundly affected by climate change. Photo: AFP

Food is fundamental to the efforts to tackle climate change, according to a scientist who has spent decades tracing the interactions between global warming and what we eat.

Cynthia Rosenzweig, head of the Climate Impacts Group at Nasa Goddard Institute for Space Studies, was awarded the prestigious World Food Prize on May 5 for her research.

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