Climate Crisis: A Persistent Threat to Food Security


Impacts from the climate crisis, such as changing rainfall patterns, more frequent droughts and flooding, and the geographical spread and redistribution of pests and diseases are threatening food production around the world.

While we manage the risks posed by COVID-19 for food security, several other risks are already endangering food production globally such as the worst locust invasion in East Africa and Yemen in decades, and African swine fever outbreaks in China.

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