Billions face food, water shortages over next 30 years as nature fails

As many as five billion people, particularly in Africa and South Asia, are likely to face shortages of food and clean water in the coming decades as nature declines. Hundreds of millions more could be vulnerable to increased risks of severe coastal storms, according to the first-ever model examining how nature and humans can survive together.

a close up of a bridge: A huge automated irrigation ma​chine moves slowly over a pota​to plantation on reclaimed des​ert land in Egypt. A new model shows which areas of the world will be hit hardest by the changes to nature that human-caused climate change have brought.© Photograph by Jason Larkin, Panos Pictures/Re dux

A huge automated irrigation ma chine moves slowly over a pota to plantation on reclaimed des ert land in Egypt. A new model shows which areas of the world will be hit hardest by the changes to nature that human-caused climate change have brought.

Read more here: https://www.msn.com/en-us/weather/topstories/billions-face-food-water-shortages-over-next-30-years-as-nature-fails/ar-AAIApPM

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