A main concern of many governments is feeding their people. This map looks at projected changes in agricultural productivity by 2080. The impact of projected shifts in temperature and precipitation patterns suggest improved agricultural yields at higher latitudes (nearer the poles) due to warmer temperatures and a longer growing season but lower agricultural yields in many traditionally productive zones, including South Asia, most of Africa and Latin America, and the American South.
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