Yesterday it was frogs, today it’s turtles that are under threat, mostly from human over-consumption. So says no less credible a source than the New York Times. According to this reputable news source, two-thirds of all species of tortoises and fresh-water turtles soon may be eaten into extinction. The Times calls for stiffer regulations and closer monitoring.
Even without climate change, large numbers of people around the world still face the threat of famine. And climate change may be the one factor that makes things worse. In poor African countries, the food supply in those countries is already in a precarious state. For most