Have you ever thought about how your cereal or your toast made its way to your kitchen table?
Most of the food we eat have to be farmed and planted in conditions that preserve them and engourage them to grow. With global warming, the soil is becoming dryer so there will be less crops planted/harvested.
In places such as Malaysia, where there is monsoon season, they can't really plant crops because of the heavy rain impacting the production rates.
Even COVID-19 is affecting us as there are not many people working in factories and in farms for crops in autumn, next year.
The weather also affects things such as pollination if it's colder in spring then there won't be many bees to pollinate the flowers(if there are any) ; it also affects the life of trees, even though it may not seem important, trees play a big role that we take for granted: they provide us with oxygen and fruit, while also serving as a home for other animals.
Do you think we can help to keep all seasons?