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The drastic outlook for weather induced food shortages

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Here we take a look at the drastic outlook for weather-induced food shortages from around the world, and we explain why the future may be a whole lot more serious for the most vulnerable who are already relying upon charitable donations that are in dangerously short supply.

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The drastic outlook for weather induced food shortages

  1. 1. www.worldweatheronline.com The drastic outlook for weather-induced food shortages
  2. 2. www.worldweatheronline.com Here we take a look at the drastic outlook for weather- induced food shortages from around the world, and we explain why the future may be a whole lot more serious for the most vulnerable who are already relying upon charitable donations that are in dangerously short supply. What’s this about?
  3. 3. www.worldweatheronline.com The current world food crisis • There are in excess of 795 million people around the world who don’t have enough to eat in order to achieve a healthy diet. • Asia is the worst affected continent, with two thirds of those who are affected by hunger living within the continent. • Africa is the region that has the highest prevalence of hunger, with more than one in four being malnourished. • Almost half (45%) of child deaths in the world are down to poor nutrition; this equates to 3.1 million children each and every year.
  4. 4. www.worldweatheronline.com The future for food shortages A well respected team of US and UK experts have undertaken a study which has come to the conclusion that global food shortages are predicted to become three times more prevalent in the future.
  5. 5. www.worldweatheronline.com To find out more about why not read the whole article, click the link below: The drastic outlook for weather-induced food shortages

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