Drought is one of the most significant impacts of climate change on food. Climate change is increasing the risk of severe ‘food shocks’ where crops fail and prices of staples rise rapidly around the world. Researchers say extreme weather events that impact food production could be happening in seven years out of ten by the end of this century. Sourced through Scoop.it from: jpratt27.wordpress.com
GR: Areas not stricken by drought are likely to experience flooding.