Global Food Production May Be Hurt as Climate Shifts, UN Forecaster Says

Bloomberg: Drought in China has affected 6.5 million hectares of farmland, the Office of State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters said on its website on May 20. Global food output may be hurt as climate change brings more extreme weather over the next decade, with China likely set for harsher droughts and North America getting heavier rain, said the World Meteorological Organization. “Extreme events will become more intense in the future, especially the heat waves and extreme precipitations,”…

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Global Food Production May Be Hurt as Climate Shifts, UN Forecaster Says

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