Food insecurity is a growing problem and climate change is making it worse - here are integrated solutions that can help
In the world today, food insecurity is a growing problem. Climate change is one of the biggest factors contributing to this issue, as it has resulted in harsher environmental conditions and unpredictable weather patterns that have caused severe droughts, floods and other extreme events that heavily affect crop production and availability. This causes a ripple effect that reaches local communities as well as international markets, leading to increased prices and inaccessibility of food sources. As climate change continues to disrupt global food systems, we must prepare for a drastic shift in how food is produced and consumed.