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Climate change, population growth the greatest threats to food security

Climate change are already harming nutritious food around the world. Source: Conrad Bornman

Anti-hunger advocates say populations need to shrink to ensure the world's people can have secure access to food.

Currently, more than 820 million people around the world are hungry, with increasing rates in subregions of Africa, Latin American and Western Asia.

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