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Can Earth be saved? | Inside Story

2019-08-09 | Can Earth be saved? | Inside Story

Climate change is threatening the world's food supply, according to a UN panel.

We've seen report after report warning us of the dangers of climate change, and that it's happening right now.
The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has put the minds of more than 100 scientists together.
What they're saying is alarming: Not only are rising temperatures threatening the planet - but so are our eating habits.
The way food is farmed is drastically degrading the Earth's land, and scientists predict that's making global warming worse, and will lead to food shortages.
So, how will governments respond to this warning?

Presenter: Mohamed Jamjoom

Guests
Simon Lewis, professor of global change science at University College London
Patrick Holden, CEO of Sustainable Food Trust
Jan Kowalzig, senior climate policy adviser at Oxfam Germany

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Al Jazeera - Al Jazeera English is an international news channel with over sixty bureaus around the world that span six different continents. Since being established in 2006, it has continued to grow in reach and popularity due to its global coverage, especially from underreported regions. The channel currently broadcasts to over 250 million households across 130 countries. Al Jazeera English's in-depth approach to journalism has won it numerous awards and plaudits over the years. Al Jazeera English is part of the Al Jazeera Network - one of the world's leading media corporations, encompassing news, documentary and sports channels.


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