After a Decade, Food Insecurity is Back Across Asia
War, Covid, inflation, climate change, and other issues combine to bludgeon Asia‘s poor
After a decade or so in which food insecurity had slipped into the background in Asia, the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis, the effects of climate change, inflation, biodiversity loss, and other issues have returned it to center stage, with the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization estimating that 418 million people in Asia are undernourished, accounting f…
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