Food Prices, Global Hunger To Skyrocket By 2030, Oxfam Warns

The HinduFood Prices, Global Hunger to Skyrocket by 2030, Oxfam WarnsLiveScience.comLeft unchecked, climate change aligned with population explosion and low agricultural yields will drastically increase global poverty and hunger over the next two decades, warns the international aid organization Oxfam in a report released today (May ...Oxfam: Food prices to double by 2030UPI.comFood prices 'will double by 2030'BBC NewsFood prices could double within 20 years, warns OxfamTelegraph.co.ukReuters -The Guardian -CBC.caall 237 news articles »

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