Climate change fuels drought, starvation worldwide | DW News

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Six years ago, the UN set the goal of ending world hunger by 2030. Back then it seemed like an attainable target, but not anymore. It’s now estimated that over 800 million people around the world do not have enough to eat. The island of Madagascar is facing a famine that the UN says is caused by climate change.

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