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- Mapping exercise fuels multi-sectoral action to account for nutrition results in Mali
- “I have lost everything”: In central Mali, rising extremism stirs inter-communal conflict
- Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator Ursula Mueller, Statement to the Press - Bamako, Mali, 31 August 2018
- Mali: "Food, security, protection and peace what people need the most" - Deputy Humanitarian Chief
- Malian women call for urgent action to sustain peace and ensure women’s participation
Report identifies 'hotspots' of future food insecurity
Steve Baragona | Washington, D.C.
Higher temperatures and changing rainfall patterns resulting from global climate change will threaten food production in many parts of the world - especially regions in the tropics already struggling with food security, according to a new report.
How climate change affects you depends on more than just how it affects your local weather. It also depends on how much the weather matters to your livelihood, and how well you can cope with the changes.