Climate change poses a major threat to food security, as it could subject an additional 600 million people to malnutrition by 2080, Hilal Elver, the UN Special Rapporteur on the right to food said in a press release.
On 3 November, Elver said that the “increased frequency and intensity of extreme weather, rising temperatures and sea levels, as well as floods and droughts have a significant impact on the right to food.”
“All these climate incidents will negatively impact on crops, livestock...
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