New study shows climate change is already affecting food prices

A field is seen from the air
An aerial view captures HAFA Farm's land divided by Minnesota State Highway 52 in Vermillion Township on Aug. 4.
Kerem Yücel | MPR News 2023

A new paper shows increasing global average temperatures and more intense and frequent heat waves are already driving up the prices of food and other goods.

To talk more about climate change and inflation is the lead author of that research, Maximilian Kotz with the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany.

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