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How the Ukraine war is driving up food and energy prices for the world

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食品与营养安全

Much of the global population is enduring a cost-of-living crisis with serious implications for food security. Even prior to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine - a country that is a key supplier of grains and other essentials - the COVID-19 pandemic had been exacting a heavy toll on the ability of the world’s poorest people to buy food and avoid malnutrition. Meanwhile the impacts of the climate crisis continue to uproot vulnerable populations and expose them to food insecurity, while undermining efforts to grow crops and properly tend to livestock.This briefing is based on the views of a wide range of experts from the World Economic Forum’s Expert Network and is curated in partnershi...

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