Climate change driving up malnutrition rates in Pacific, UN warns

Worldwide, the number of undernourished people has been rising since 2014, reaching 821 million last year – or one in nine people across the globe – the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation’s State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World report found. Picture: FAO

ROME, 13 SEPTEMBER 2018 (THE GUARDIAN) – Climate change is making people hungry – with nearly 100 million people across the world needing humanitarian food aid because of climate shocks last year – and a growing number of people are malnourished across the Pacific, a new United Nations report says. Last week, the Pacific Islands […]

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