Jeremy Clarkson claims Britain’s “irrational” climate change obsession will lead to a nation without enough food.
The Grand Tour star, 59, warned our constant environmentalism push will leave us vulnerable to wars and global epidemics.
He says this is because we no longer have the ability to produce enough food to feed the country and are totally reliant on importing grub from abroad.
The petrolhead said: “With the world, for the most part, at peace, that’s no big deal.
“But what if there’s a hiccup of some kind? An epidemic that requires a temporary suspension of food transportation?
“Or a blight? Or a war? I don’t want to sound alarmist, but they do happen from time to time.”
The Who Wants To Be A Millionaire host added: “I worry that our post-EU plans don’t really take this into account.
“We’ve become so consumed by climate change, we’ve lost the ability to think rationally.
“Which is why everyone is running around panicking about Huawei and no one is wondering about a much bigger problem: where their next sandwich is coming from.”
The former Top Gear presenter, who left the BBC show after a ‘fracas’ with a producer in 2015, has long been a climate change sceptic.
But last November he performed a U-turn and admitted filming in south-east Asia had changed his views.
He admitted global warming exists after driving a jet boat across a lake that had shrunk.
However the next month he branded climate change activist Greta Thunberg “mad and dangerous”.
He accused the 17-year-old campaigner of “causing young children sleepless nights” and told her to “go back to school and shut up”.
But he later congratulated her after she was named Time magazine Person of the Year for 2019, although he said he thinks her “dream is unrealistic”.