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Factors other than climate change are main drivers of Madagascar food crisis – study
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Factors other than climate change are main drivers of Madagascar food crisis – study

3 December 2021

By World Weather Attribution (This story is a press release issued to the media yesterday by the World Weather Attribution group of scientists, which includes the Climate Centre. It has been edited slightly here for length only.) Poverty, poor infrastructure and dependence on rain-fed agriculture, combined with natural climate variability, are the main factors behind the food crisis in southern Madagascar, with climate change playing no more than a small[..]

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COP 26: ‘Climate change risks “runaway” humanitarian crisis and the collapse of the aid system’

COP 26: ‘Climate change risks “runaway” humanitarian crisis and the collapse of the aid system’

15 November 2021

by Megan Rowling, Thomson Reuters Foundation, Glasgow (This story appeared first last week on the website of Thomson Reuters Foundation.[..]

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by the Climate Centre The Prime Minister of Barbados, Mia Mottley, today told a COP 26 event “there is no[..]

COP 26: Red Cross Red Crescent moderates key UK presidency event on loss and damage