New Age: Climate change to hit Bangladesh food output: IPCC

Human-induced climate change impacts are likely to steadily reduce the production of Bangladesh’s major food items such as rice, wheat and fish while raising temperature and humidity in parts of the country by the end of this century to a level that will be unbearable for humans.

Human-induced climate change impacts are likely to steadily reduce the production of Bangladesh’s major food items such as rice, wheat and fish while raising temperature and humidity in parts of the country by the end of this century to a level that will be unbearable for humans.

A new report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released on Monday issued the warning.

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