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Contaminants which run off from farms and cities, produce dead-zones downstream, where few things can live. It's feared this year's dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico will be the biggest yet. Image by NOAA.
Thursday, 20 October 2016
UN: Global agriculture needs a ‘profound transformation’ to fight climate change and protect food security
The Washington Post
Climate change has already begun to affect the world’s food production, a new reportfrom the United Nations warns — and unless significant action is taken, it could put millions more people at risk of hunger and poverty in the next few decades. Story here.