UNITED NATIONS — The emergency relief coordinator for the United Nations is warning of the worst famine since the world organization was founded in 1945. It is putting an estimated 20 million lives immediately at risk, and while war is exacerbating the disaster in places like South Sudan, Stephen O’Brien says the primary culprit is climate change.
Drought and acidification of the oceans is at a crisis point. Drinking water is sparse, animals are dying, and populations are on the move, desperate to find food.
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Drought and land rights is and has always been a source of conflict this part of the world and will continue to be for generations to come unless something changes dramatically
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The U.N. is speaking to the scope of the problem which is, by all indications, getting worse with climate change.