Will Climate Change Lead to Mass Starvation?

Maggie Kimberl  |

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The fact of the matter is that we don't know for sure, but scientists are concerned that climate change will lead to nutritional deficiencies across the globe. There have already been instances of short term food insecurity due to climate change related natural disasters, and as climate change worsens we are likely to see more issues arise. Learn more about climate change and nutrition from this infographic.


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