Animals
Business
Crops
Environment
Food
General
Horticulture
Livestock
Machinery
Markets
Politics
Login
 
 
 
Submit to register and subscribe
(72,60 Ä / year)
 
I forgot my password
Next articleVolgend Artikel

 20 sep 2022 09:30 

Drought 2022: hunger in a heating world


One third of Pakistan has been flooded. Crops and topsoil washed away; farming infrastructure destroyed. On the other side of the Arabian Sea, Somalia is experiencing its worst drought for 40 years with crops failing and livestock dying. Our climate isnít just changing, it has changed.
Climate change is fuelling hunger for millions of people around the world. Extreme weather events have increased five-fold over the past 50 years, destroying homes, decimating livelihoods, fuelling conflict and displacement, and deepening inequality.

Download:
Report Oxfam (1159.5 Kb)

 

 


  Newsflash
 
Cultivating the taste of Europe in Solar GreenhousesLees meer
 
 
Guarantee the future viability of Ukrainian grain and oilseed exportsLees meer