Doreen Stabinsky is currently Professor of Global Environmental Politics at the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine. Her primary area of research, policy analysis and advocacy is at the nexus between climate change, agriculture and food security. Doreen has held positions with and advised non-governmental organizations on topics related to genetic engineering and agriculture, most recently as an agriculture campaigner with Greenpeace International.
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Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Draft Report on Food Security and Climate Change Falls Short
Climate change will have significant impacts on world food security in our lifetimes. Indeed, we have already begun to feel the impacts from extreme events—droughts, heat waves, torrential rains leading to floods, with consequent impacts on crop production in Russia, Texas and the U.S. Midwest, Pakistan, Thailand, to name a few recent high-profile locations.