Vulnerable ‘chokepoints’ threaten global food supply, warns report

This article discusses food production. Fourteen critical bottlenecks, from roads to ports to shipping lanes, are increasingly at risk from climate change, say analysts. With climate change bringing more incidents of extreme weather, analysts at the Chatham House think tank warn that the risk of a major disruption is growing but that little is being done to tackle the problem. Food supply interruptions in the past have caused huge spikes in prices which can spark major conflicts.

 

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