Biodiversity and Food

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Biodiversity is essential for feeding human beings and animals. As a result, if climate change impacts on certain geographical areas, it also affects the people, animals and plants that live there. The effects of these changes vary a great deal from one area to another. While drought is affecting Lake Chad, rising water and salt levels are a problem in the Tuvalu Islands. Elsewhere, flora and fauna are seeing their habitats destroyed and the people in developing countries are suffering badly from the consequences of climate change.


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COP22 – time to act on climate change!

COP22 – time to act on climate change!

The International Polar Foundation (IPF) participated in the recent United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties…

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