Report highlights vulnerability of global food systems

Blue and Green: Global food systems are increasingly susceptible to acute disruption and systemic shocks could lead to food price rises, food riots and changes in stock market values. The global food system is increasingly vulnerable to acute disruptions that have the potential to cause widespread economic, social and political implications, according to a new report by the insurance firm Lloyds. It highlights that a combination of just three catastrophic weather events could lead to the quadrupling of Wheat,......

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