Which basic goods would increase in price and why?As always, modifying human behavior to deal with it will hurt the poor the most; am I wrong? I would think to truly make a difference, the cost of basic goods will go up significantly, meaning how many will die as the cost of food, energy, etc, rises beyond their ability to attain it?
Meat is by far more expensive per calorie to consumers to buy and to producers to produce, than vegetable protein. The latter is superior anyway, as far as health and nutrition goes.
American grain feeds the world's poor? Somehow I doubt that.And forget about America, what happens to the poor of the world as the cost of cheap American grain goes up?