Climate Change Will Spur Droughts, Cut Food Output, FAO Says in Report

Bloomberg: Climate change will cause more droughts and reduce food production, the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization said. Water levels in rivers and aquifers will decline in semi- arid regions of the Americas, Australia and southern Africa, which are already dry, the Rome-based FAO said in a report today. In Asia, crop-growing areas that rely on snowmelt and mountain glaciers for water will also be affected, it said. Drought already threatens crops in China and France, helping to push......

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