Global Hunger Driven Primarily By Man-Made Conflict, Climate Change, U.N. Says

Xinhua News: Man-made conflict, climate change main drivers of global hunger, says U.N.
“The United Nations said Wednesday that the main drivers of hunger and malnutrition were man-made conflict and climate change and the protracted crises that followed. Global hunger had escalated by five percent in 2016, said Mario Arvelo, chair of the Committee on World Food Security (CFS), while introducing CFS’s report on the main decisions and policy recommendations…” (4/19).

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