The Telegraph | Four sustainable food systems to save the planet

As the war in Ukraine heightens food insecurity, a new report argues that producing what we eat in a sustainable way will lessen dependence of imports while fighting climate change. With no end in sight to the war in Ukraine, one unintended consequence has been the threat to world food security.

The Libya Observer | Guterres: Ukrainian war could lead to food crisis in many countries, including Libya

The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres expressed concern Wednesday that the war between Russia and Ukraine could lead to a food crisis in the Middle East and Africa.

The Telegraph | Ukraine war threatens food crisis and political upheaval across Africa, warns top economist

The war in Ukraine threatens to lead to food riots, political upheaval and turn back the clock in years of progress in Africa, the continent’s top economist told The Telegraph.

IPS – International Politics and Society | The Middle East’s food crisis spells disaster

As a result of the war in Ukraine, the Middle East is facing a major food crisis that could destabilise the entire region — if Europe doesn’t act now

The Economic Times | Ukraine war threatens to cause a global food crisis

A crucial portion of the world’s wheat, corn and barley is trapped in Russia and Ukraine because of the war, while an even larger portion of the world’s fertilizers is stuck in Russia and Belarus.

Inventiva | India Boosts Fertiliser Imports From Canada, Israel as Russian Supply Disrupted

India Boosts Fertiliser Imports From Canada, Israel as Russian Supply Disrupted

The Currency | The situation in African countries where they feel they can’t rely on the West means they’re hedging their bets

The food insecurity triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine will cause deep problems in Africa, where nearly half of the continent depends on Russia and Ukraine for food staples. Africa is already a new front in a new Cold War.

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