Climate change and cereals: Per capita consumption

Shown is the per capita consumption of cereals in 2000 and forecasts for 2050, by world region. The first set of estimates do not take climate change into the account, the other two are based on estimates by two different research bodies on how climate change will affect consumption of cereals. In 2000, 164 kg of cereals per year were consumed per capita in the South Asia region.

Per-capita consumption of cereals, with and without climate change between 2000 and 2050, by region

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Release date

October 2009



Survey time period

2000 to 2009

Supplementary notes

CSIRO = Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
NCAR = National Center for Atmospheric Research
* Climate change, without CO2 fertilization.

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