University of Sydney: Climate threat to food supply chains creates ‘domino effect’

August 22nd, 2022

IndiaEducationDiary, Other, 20/08/2022
New University of Sydney research published in Nature Food today has modelled the wide-ranging impacts of climate change and extreme weather events on Australia’s food systems and supply chains, identifying potential cascading repercussions including job and income loss as well as a loss in nutrient availability and diet quality. […] Co-author Dr Sinead Boylan, a nutrition systems scientist at CSIRO said: “This research highlights that climate change may not only affect food supply in NSW, but access to healthy and equitable diets, particularly among the most vulnerable populations.”

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