This noteworthy study from the Economist Intelligence Unit assesses the current state of food security around the world, which is coming under pressure as climate change, forced migrations and other threats loom. While some countries are making headway in the battle against hunger, others – including some among the developed nations – are losing ground on this front. getAbstract recommends this important report to entities in the public and private sectors charged with improving food security, and to anyone concerned with ending hunger locally and globally.
In this summary, you will learn
- What an analysis of global food security reveals;
- Which countries are improving their levels of food security, and which are falling behind; and
- How climate change affects access to food and resource management.
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