“'The latest import statistics for June do not yet reveal any signs of rationing,' Oil World said. 'It is interesting to see that the four Asian countries sharply raised imports of soybeans and soya meal from Brazil in April/June. But this cannot be sustained. In fact, we expect this trend to be reversed, due to a lack of South American supplies.'”
This begs the question: where is Asia going to import their soybeans from to feed their gargantuan populations? Are they going to push for countries to bulldoze more forests to grow food? Welcome to Eastern Island.
Or maybe they are looking at Mars; maybe the Curiosity rover will find more than just rocks. Either way a lot of people will be going hungry in the long run. Unfortunately, climate change and it's deepening effects on life keeps popping up everywhere.