Broadsheet: Global Warming

Broadsheet: Global Warming

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Climate change, food crisis linked Published in Broadsheet -"The Vantage Point", MOP Vaishnav college for women The global food crisis will only worsen because of climate change, the U.N. climate chief says, urging leaders of the world's richest countries to set goals to reduce carbon emissions within the next dozen years. Food security and soaring oil prices are likely to overtake climate change. Food and global warming are interconnected. They are not competing with each other on the international agenda. Today 90 per cent of food crisis issue is tied to the effect of climate change because of the low land areas. If we consider rice production, a lot of production suffer flooding because the ice and whole lot of that are melting and when the ice is melting, the…
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