I filmed a spot on Fox Business Network this morning in response to this story about possible food shortages due to climate change.
I was glad one of the hosts asked me about GMOs - it wasn't a topic I had anticipated coming up.
By the way, if you want to see some good recent work on the effects of climate change on agriculture within the U.S., see this comment and reply in the American Economic Review by Fisher, Hanemann, and Roberts and by Deschênes and Greenstone. Both sets of authors wind up at the conclusion that climate change is likely to have a negative effect on agricultural profits in the U.S., but the two sets of authors differ in their subjective views about whether the effects are "large". Neither study considers the mitigating effects of trade on consumers (i.e., we could import food from other countries who benefit from warmer weather), neither considers the mitigating effects of technological development and adaptation (they assume we wake up tomorrow with 2100 temperatures and must live with today's technology), and neither considers the great deal of uncertainty in the predictions arising from climate change modeling. These are good studies, but I'm saying there's still a lot we don't know, and probably a lot we can't know until it happens.