It’s Time to Do More Than Talk About the Weather

Published July 15, 2019

As rising temperatures cause spikes in unpredictable weather, the world’s most vulnerable populations are hit hardest. Climate change is driving up hunger all over the world.

And sadly, it’s those who have the tiniest environmental footprint – mostly small-scale farmers and poor communities – are the most impacted by environmental changes. The result is massive food shortages, displaced families, economic instability and conflict.

Together, we can fight climate change and stop hunger. For good.

Climate Change and Hunger

Climate change is the second leading cause of hunger around the world. Learn more about the causes and effects at our Climate Change and Hunger hub.