The large volcanic eruptions that occurred during the Little Ice Age were associated with its grand solar minima or maxima. Such large magnitude volcanic eruptions had disastrous consequences on global agriculture through cold, ice, drought, and flooding. Scientists tell us that if a Laki-like volcanic eruption (Iceland, 1783) occurred today, the global crop production losses would be in the region of one year’s food supply for one-third of the world’s population. There is no publicly available plan to manage such a global catastrophe. After all the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change dismissed or did not detail the prospect of large volcanic eruptions in its climate predictions and risk assessments provided to our governments.