Climate change could mean more bugs and bad things for the world's crops

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More bugs, more problems. 

A new study published in the journal Science suggests that as the world warms due to human-caused climate change, more and more bugs will populate the globe. 

And while that seems like nothing more than a disgusting inconvenience, a world with more bugs could mean bad things for human food supplies around the world. 

A team of scientists led by Curtis Deutsche and Joshua Tewskbury examined how insects would affect three of the most important crops: rice, maize, and wheat.  Read more…

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Climate change could mean more bugs and bad things for the world's crops