Parts of Australia are suffering from drought conditions (http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-05-02/drought-bites/4665026). This is consistent with global weather models that predict that Australia will be one of the locations that will suffer drought conditions due to global warming.
The Australian continent has some unique geological features that makes its food production especially vulnerable to adverse conditions. Though its wheat and livestock production may be adversely impacted by the worsening impacts of global warming, there is a small bright spot — it has a thriving camel population (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-22522695). Should things worsen down under, they have one food source that is able to weather the heat and lack of water.
We will continue to monitor the weather conditions in Australia as it is one the major grain commodity exporters in the world. Worsening of drought conditions in this nation would impact their exports, and thus could result in hunger