Climate change and air pollution will combine to curb food supplies
Here is a quick excerpt of the release MIT put out yesterday:
A new study involving researchers at MIT shows that these interactions can be quite significant, suggesting that policymakers need to take both warming and air pollution into account in addressing food security. [emphasis added]
As we are reminded by this week's hearing on carbon pollution, the US EPA is very mindful of the global warming issue.
But when is it going to get serious and address the need to set science-based new smog standards?