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Food security is a neglected area of efforts to tackle climate change, say scientists who think politicians are failing to take the problem seriously.
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The southern region of Africa could be among areas hardest hit by climate change, and a rapidly expanding population is likely to add to future problems.
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One of the main species of microbes that hold the soil together is likely to be affected by rising temperatures, with unpredictable consequences for fertility and erosion.
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Working to build the resilience of countries in the Middle East and North Africa to food and energy price shocks would do far more than armed force to safeguard the gains of the Arab Spring, a think tank argues.
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