A new study shows how climate change will impact global food security, particularly by reducing crop yields and increasing crop yield volatility. This, in turn, will have a strong effect on the prices of basic staples, particularly corn and rice. We speak Michelle Tigchelaar, one of the report’s authors Story Transcript GREG WILPERT: It’s The […]
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Dr. Michelle Tigchelaar is a Research Associate at the University of Washington, where she studies the impacts of a changing climate on our global food system. Previously she obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Hawaii, working to better understand what drives long-term swings in Earth's climate. She is an avid science communicator and advocate for building a more inclusive scientific workforce.