Extreme Weather Impacting Food Security Worldwide; Ending Hunger By 2030 Requires Climate Protection, WFP Head Says

Thomson Reuters Foundation: INTERVIEW — Zero hunger ‘impossible’ without climate protection — WFP
“Ending hunger by 2030, one of 17 global goals adopted in September, can only happen if more money and effort are invested in helping people cope with climate change impacts, the head of the U.N.’s food aid agency said. Extreme weather that is worsening as the planet warms — including stronger storms and longer droughts — [is] having a growing impact on the poorest and most vulnerable people, said World Food Programme (WFP) Executive Director Ertharin Cousin…” (Rowling, 12/2).

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