COP26 big moment for Canada to act on empowering food producers in face of climate crisis
Approximately 768 million people experienced hunger in 2020, most of them in sub-Saharan Africa and in Asia. That’s an increase of 118 million people from 2019—or more than three times the population of Canada.
The ongoing COVID pandemic has been a shock that has swept around the world, crippling health systems, driving up hunger, and shutting down economic systems. Climate change, similarly, is a global problem, harming biodiversity, gender equality, health, nutrition, food security, and economic growth. Unsplash photograph by Paddy O’Sullivan