It means that people who rely on rice as their key food will have to look for ways to avoid health-threatening problems.
6. Orchard fruits
Apples, cherries, and peaches are symbols of the summer season. But we will probably have to replace them with some vegetables that are able to withstand the threat of global warming.
For example, the report, led by the University of Melbourne, shows that winters can become too mild for apple production. On the other hand, extreme heat and sunburn damage can be too severe for orchard trees during other months. As a result, growers can expect a shortage in the quality and amount of fruit.
5. Maple syrup
Climate change negatively impacts sugar maple trees whose sap is used to produce maple syrup. Specialists note that the trees will not have enough snow pack in winter, which will lead to root dieback and reduced shoot growth.