Infographic: How Extreme Weather Causes Extreme Hunger

August 9, 2019

Climate change is the second leading cause of global hunger. Rising temperatures are causing more frequent and intense extreme weather events – like droughts, floods and storms – that increase hunger and malnutrition by destroying land, livestock and crops.

In short, extreme weather leads to extreme hunger. Click, swipe and scroll your way through our interactive infographic to see the whole story:

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