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How climate change contributed to Madagascar’s food crisis

1 February 2022 | Chris Funk | University of California Food Security

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In 2021, the United Nations announced that Madagascar was on the brink of the world’s first “climate change famine” resulting in many people suffering “catastrophic” levels of hunger. In the article Chris Funk writes about climate change in that country and its relationship with food and hunger. He highlights, amongst others, the significance of building climate resilience, improve early warning and action and safety net and risk management.

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