Risk of increased food insecurity under stringent global climate change mitigation policy

Food insecurity can be directly exacerbated by climate change due to crop-production-related impacts of warmer and drier conditions that are expected in important agricultural regions1–3. However, efforts to mitigate climate change through comprehensive, economy-wide GHG emissions reductions may als...

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Volume: 8
Main Author: Hasegawa, Tomoko
Fujimori, Shinichiro
Havlík, Petr
Valin, Hugo
Bodirsky, Benjamin Leon
Doelman, Jonathan C
Fellmann, Thomas
Kyle, Page
Koopman, Jason F.L
Lotze-Campen, Hermann
Mason-D’Croz, Daniel
Ochi, Yuki
Pérez Domínguez, Ignacio
Stehfest, Elke
Sulser, Timothy B
Tabeau, Anzej
Takahashi, Kiyoshi
Takakura, Jun’ya
van Meijl, Hans
van Zeist, Willem Jan
Wiebe, Keith
Witzke, Peter
Format: Journal Article
Language: English
Place of publication: LONDON NATURE PUBLISHING GROUP 01.08.2018
published in: Nature climate change Vol. 8; no. 8; pp. 699 - 703
ORCID: 0000-0003-0673-2301
0000-0001-6035-620X
0000-0002-1257-8358
0000-0002-0003-5508
0000-0002-0618-773X
0000-0002-4798-329X
0000-0001-7897-1796
0000-0001-5551-5085
0000-0002-8683-7471
0000-0001-7128-5283
0000-0002-8242-6712
0000-0003-2456-5789
0000-0002-6184-8422
Data of publication: 2018-08-01
ISSN: 1758-678X
1758-6798
EISSN: 1758-6798
Discipline: Meteorology & Climatology
Environmental Sciences
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