But it didn’t stop the ABC from spinning it in to “climate change threatens food supplies” .
CSIRO chief executive Megan Clark has warned higher prices on water and agricultural carbon emissions will make it difficult to sustain the world’s growing urban population.
She says the challenge will be made even more difficult because climate change will put a higher price on water and on agricultural carbon emissions.
Close but no cigar ABC editor. It’s not “climate change” that makes things more expensive, it’s carbon taxes implemented by government’s to stop global warming, which has already stopped, which makes things more expensive.
So, simple solution: no carbon tax.