Extreme weather events and our warming planet are primed to strike commodities and the food supply like never before.

The recent global heat wave, deadly floods across China’s grain belt and wildfires that spanned several continents have put a spotlight on how climate change may wreak havoc on the world’s most-consumed food crops.

Studies show that future climate projections indicate significant reductions of crop yields in high-risk regions.

As climate woes intensify, risks to food supply (and inflation) grow