Climate change to drive mass malnutrition

Malnutrition rates in poor countries will soar unless steps are taken to mitigate the growing effects of climate change, says a study from the International Food Policy Research Institute. Lower crop yields and rising food prices, the study warns, will add another 25 million children to the ranks of the world's hungry.

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