Appeals & Response Plans
Most read reports
- Number of children suffering from severe acute malnutrition across the Sahel reaches 10-year high
- Signing of a peace agreement between Idourfane and Ibogolitane communities in the border region of Mali and Niger
- Settling local disputes is key to peace in Central Mali
- Mali: More than 34,000 persons left to starve await humanitarian aid
- Mali: “Real climate of fear and insecurity in country’s north and centre,” says expert
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.