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5 critical things we learned from the latest IPCC report on climate change

Blog: 5 critical things we learned from the latest IPCC report on climate change

Today leading international experts on climate change, the IPCC, presented their latest report on the impacts of climate change on humanity, and what we can do about it. It’s a lengthy report, so we’ve boiled it down to Oxfam's five key takeaways on climate change and hunger.

1. Climate change: the impacts on crops are worse than we thought.

Climate change has already meant declines in global yields of staple crops, and it is set to get worse.

Barrage de Lam Takong, à Korat, province de Nakhon Ratchasima en Thaïlande. Photo : EPA/SATAPORN THONGMA

Blog: Jour de la Terre 2013 : les grandes entreprises agroalimentaires en font-elles assez face au changement climatique ?

A l’occasion du Jour de la Terre, ce lundi 22 avril, nous publions cette analyse sur la façon dont les grandes entreprises agroalimentaires devraient s’attaquer aux causes et conséquences du changement climatique.

Waters in Lam Takong Dam in Korat, Nakhon Ratchasima province of Thailand. Photo: EPA/SATAPORN THONGMA

Blog: Earth Day: Climate Change Behind the Brands - it’s no magic trick

To support Earth Day, 22 April we’re posting this analysis of how Big food companies must deal with the causes and the consequences of climate change.

When I read headlines like this one last week, “Vietnam Coffee Harvest May Drop 30% on Drought,” I’m left with the feeling that the tablecloth is being pulled out from under the dishes on the table.

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