Ending hunger by 2030 is possible, if we can accelerate progress (Thomson Reuters Foundation News)

It has become painfully clear that we have faltered in our progress towards meeting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal to eliminate hunger worldwide by 2030. After many years of great progress in reducing global hunger, progress has slowed recently and, in some places, even reversed. The latest report from the International Panel on Climate Change underscores the urgency: many of the countries most vulnerable to hunger and conflict now are also the most threatened by increased food insecurity brought on by catastrophic changes in climate.

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