Extreme weather pushes up food prices – and unrest?

AlertNet: This past year the world has witnessed a spike in food prices, which some experts believe correlate with the rising number of developing countries experiencing societal unrest. "Climate change increases the probability of extreme weather, which is likely to result in increased scarcity of food, land and water and access to other resources,' said Rob Bailey, an energy, environment and development expert at Chatham House, a London-based international affairs organization. Where vital resources......

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