Climate change, extreme weather, and food security (Indi Food and Beverage)
- Impact Area
In a story on climate change, feeding billions, and mitigating extreme weather effects, Indi Food and Beverage (India) wrote, the International Food Policy Research Institute’s 2022 Global Food Policy Report estimates that climate change could escalate the hunger issue among Indians by 2030. Climate change is real and already impacting weather systems across the world.
By 2050, there will be 10 billion people in the world with millions living in South Asia, a region prone to extreme weather events. As such mitigating climate change effects is one vital link in the chain to achieving food security.