Geography class: Pandemic and higher food prices fuel sharp rise in global hunger
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IB DP: Global change — The water-food-energy “nexus” and how its complex interactions affect: national food security, including food availability
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Pandemic and higher food prices fuel sharp rise in global hunger
State the increase in the number of people without access to adequate nutrition in 2020.
Explain the link between food insecurity and increased migration.
Outline the factors that have led to the 34 per cent rise in the UN FAO’s food price index.
Examine how “hunger causes conflict”.
Richard Allaway, International School of Geneva/geographyalltheway.com