Climate change is undoubtedly the largest threat facing humanity. It is affecting the air we breathe, the temperatures we endure, and the water we drink–endangering the health and safety of our planet's more than 7 billion people.

The colossal harm of climate change does not end there, however. More recently, studies have shown that climate change is also impacting our food's nutritional value.

Not only do severe weather conditions such as heat waves and droughts challenge crop growth, but rising carbon dioxide (CO2) levels are also stripping crops like rice and wheat of vital nutrients. This poses a very serious risk for everyone, especially for economically insecure populations that are already undernourished.