USDA Report Examines Impacts Of Climate Change On Global Food Security

U.S. Department of Agriculture: USDA Report Warns Climate Change Likely to Impede Progress on Global Food Security
“Climate change is likely to impede progress on reducing undernourishment around the world in the decades ahead, according to a major scientific assessment released [Wednesday] by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) on global food security and its implications for the United States. The report … identifies the risks that climate change poses to global food security and the challenges facing farmers and consumers in adapting to changing climate conditions…” (12/2).

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