Climate Change, Agriculture, and Food Security, one of 15 collaborating research centers working with the International Center for Tropical Agriculture, published an analysis October 31 finding that dietary changes and crops resistant to heat and drought will be needed to help the world adapt to the impacts of climate change. The report, Recalibrating Food Production in the Developing World: Global Warming Will Change More Than Just the Climate, concluded that agriculture contributed up to 29 percent of anthropomorphic GHGs.