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According to the Canadian Press, El Nino-fueled floods have created supply shortages and contributed to price increases on produce from California and Mexico.
originally posted by: ElGoobero
Widespread water shortages caused by rising global temperatures could lead to food shortages and mass migration, an expert has warned.
The head of the World Meteorological Society, Michel Jarraud has warned that of all the threats posed by a warming climate, shrinking water supplies are the most serious.
It is predicted that by 2025, some 2.8 billion people will live in 'water scarce' areas - a huge rise from the 1.6 billion who do now.
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so global warming is bringing famine? or is this an issue regardless of 'global warming'?
originally posted by: Teddy916
a reply to: snowspirit
We need multiple game plans if we want to be able to prepare for tomorrow. A lot of people should be encouraged to grow their own food, raise livestock, hunt, and so forth.