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Climate Change & Food by Travis Ngo

The article “Climate Change Raises a Troubling Question: Who Gets to Eat?” talks about how climate change can affect our food and create huge problems for food production, safety and affordability. Climate change creates droughts and the droughts cause a decrease in crop production. As it gets more difficult to grow and produce food, the prices of the food will increase as climate change increases. Climate will undoubtedly create a terrible food shortage; it will disrupt the transportation, storage, packaging and delivering of food, which will make it more difficult for people to get enough of the right kind of food

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