"The UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) sounds a warning over a problem it caused in the first place, namely food disruption. How? By talking nations into restricting nitrogen fertilizer to grow bountiful crops"
Whilst we in the affluent West (well, most of us anyway) have never know what it is to go hungry, many in less affluent countries (and some in the more affluent) could well be about to find out.
This is what happens when global politicians declare "climate emergency", blame CO2, and then switch gears to abruptly take out supplies of... nitrogen fertiliser? No, me neither.
It appears also to have escaped their notice that if they would only increase the amount of CO2 in our air, the green crops would thank them by growing enough food to feed the world (there's a reason that commercial greenhouses feed their plants extra CO2), but that's by the by.
I'm not keen on featuring the contribution below for a number of reasons, because for all this guy says (and he's an American who has no trouble pouring out his no doubt sincerely held beliefs so that we can all benefit from his enormous wisdom - if only we could slow him down and take a week or two to digest it all), his narrative is based upon a few unspoken points which seem to me to be highly questionable.
But it does give me an opportunity to give a hobby-horse of mine an outing.
If I had to profess a religion it would be Christianity - just not the perverted versions peddled by the great hypocritical religions that (a) used to burn their heretics to death ("judge not that thou be not judged") and (b) seek to persuade us that we are so helpless that we should simply cast ourselves into unquestioning faith in Jesus Christ (oh, and the Bible) in order to be "saved". That is redolent of the simplistic scams offered by charlatans proffering snake oil across the ages ("just take this 'free' injection...