An estimated 3.7 billion people worldwide are living under the effects of climate change, according to a report released today.
“As the world’s population grows, we’re seeing more extreme weather events, including floods, droughts and wildfires. “
“People need food, water and shelter, and are increasingly dependent on this resource. “
That means people need to be prepared to adapt to a changing climate.” “
People need food, water and shelter, and are increasingly dependent on this resource.
That means people need to be prepared to adapt to a changing climate.”
The report, titled The World Is Going to Have a Lot More Extreme Weather: Climate Change, Drought, Heatwaves and Other Extreme Events, is the first comprehensive assessment of the climate-related risks of extreme weather.
It is being released as part of the Global Climate Change Summit in New York.
Osterheim’s team analyzed more than 1,400 climate change-related events and observed how their impacts are being projected.
The report looked at extreme weather impacts from drought, floods, heatwaves, wildfires and drought across the world, as well as the impacts caused by climate change.
It also looks at the impact of climate-induced extreme weather on food production.
The team said extreme weather will have “major and lasting impacts on the economy and the availability of food, and also food production and trade, both of which are critical to maintaining our standard of living and sustaining the future population.”
Extreme weather impacts are already occurring.
The National Weather Service says the United States is experiencing a record-breaking drought with record high temperatures, severe thunderstorms, extreme heat and the risk of severe flooding, drenching and drought.
Other countries around the world are experiencing their own heat waves and floods.
A recent report by the World Bank shows the risk for severe heatwaves is rising and there is a significant risk of heatwaves and flooding worldwide.
The United Nations Climate Change Authority (CWA) recently estimated the world could see temperatures increase as high as 4 degrees Celsius (7.5 degrees Fahrenheit) by the end of this century.
Climate change is already having an impact on food supply and demand, particularly with a growing number of hungry people, particularly children, the report says.
A study released in March found that the food supply in many developing countries will be cut in half if global warming continues at the current rate.
In countries like Bangladesh, China and South Africa, the food security crisis is the highest on Earth.
According to the report, food is now more expensive to produce and to buy because people cannot afford it and the prices are not kept down.
It says the average price of wheat, rice and pulses rose by 6 percent last year to a record high of $3.29 per kg, and that in the first nine months of this year, prices rose by 9 percent, more than double the global average.
The rise in prices comes as the global economy is already experiencing a massive spike in commodity prices.
A record $1 trillion worth of wheat has been sold since last November, up from $2.4 trillion in 2012, according the U.N. World Food Program.
In the United Kingdom, the price of food is up by more than 60 percent since 2016, and in the U, the average increase is 10 percent.
The price of grain for sale rose by nearly 50 percent in 2016, the same year the report was released.
Ostersholm said in the report that people need a better understanding of the impacts that climate change is having on the world.
“If you are concerned about the impact on your lifestyle and your ability to feed your family, you need to understand what climate change means for your environment and for your livelihood,” he said.
“It is essential to understand the impacts on people and what we can do about it.”
The authors also recommend investing in climate resilience and investing in clean energy technologies.