Vegetable prices could be on the rise due to climate change. Researchers from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine analyzed studies from 40 different countries and found that water scarcity, increasing greenhouse gases, and rising global temperatures resulted in lower production of vegetables and legumes. They predict that the number of vegetables produced could fall by more than a third, with the hotter regions like Southern Europe likely to be most affected. This shortage will greatly affect the availability of vegetables globally. These changes could cause a raise in produce prices, hitting marginalized communities the hardest. It could have a severe impact on the health of populations all across the world. To read more, click the link in our bio 📲 - Years Of Living Dangerously

Vegetable prices could be on the rise due to climate change. Researchers from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine analyzed studies from 40 different countries and found that water scarcity, increasing greenhouse gases, and rising global temperatures resulted in lower production of vegetables and legumes. They predict that the number of vegetables produced could fall by more than a third, with the hotter regions like Southern Europe likely to be most affected. This shortage will greatly affect the availability of vegetables globally. These changes could cause a raise in produce prices, hitting marginalized communities the hardest. It could have a severe impact on the health of populations all across the world. To read more, click the link in our bio 📲