Drought removes rice from Australia. - 20 Apr 2008  
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Following six years of continuous drought, southeastern Australia’s Deniliquin Mill, once the largest in the Southern hemisphere, has closed. With the mill having produced grain for up to 20 million people, its closure is considered a significant factor in the recent steep in grain prices. The drought that led to its closure is said to be due to global warming. 

We convey our gratitude, scientists, for bringing to light this urgent matter and for your hard work in alleviating this worldwide emergency.  May God bless your dedicated efforts with success in mitigating this universal food shortage.