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Climate change to accelerate crop losses from insects


August 30, 2018

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Rice, maize and wheat, which comprise 42 percent of total human calorie consumption worldwide, will be greatly impacted by the intensified insect pest pressure projected with a 2-degree Celsius rise in global temperatures, according to a study published in the journal ScienceFull Story

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