Climate change is already affecting food production around the world, and it's unfolding in interesting ways.
Researchers have been studying how climate changes will impact global food production.
A new study from the University of Minnesota finds there will be regional winners and losers as climate shifts.
Deepak Ray, a senior scientist with the Univeristy of MInnesota's Institute on the Environment's global landscapes initiative, joins Climate Cast to explain.
Hear the interview on the audio player above.
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