Climate Change and Security News – September 2010

Increasingly unpredictable patterns of rainfall, related to climate change, pose a major threat to food security and economic growth, the International Water Management Institute (IWMI) warns. Researchers at the Institute have found that Africa and Asia were most likely to be the worst affected and have called for greater investment in water storage and diversifying supply systems. Up to 499 million people in Africa and India could benefit from improved agricultural water management alone.

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