Climate injustice: Study shows countries facing climate-induced hunger emit fewest emissions

Madeleine Cuff
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Food insecurity index highlights the injustice at the centre of climate change, says Christian Aid | Credit: Stas_V
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Food insecurity index highlights the injustice at the centre of climate change, says Christian Aid | Credit: Stas_V

Burundi is both the world's most food insecure nation and the smallest emitter of greenhouse gases per capita

The countries that have done the most to cause climate change are the least likely to go hungry as a result of its escalating impacts. That's the conclusion of a startling new study from Christian Aid...

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