Ben See @ClimateBen Ben See. Literature Teacher informing pupils of the scientific reality of the Ecological Catastrophe & urging action. See also @urgenceclimatiq & @ClimateHound Sep. 10, 2019 1 min read

700 million people are set to be displaced between 2020 and 2029 due to global food and water crises.

Only a total re-imagining of political and economic systems will suffice if vast misery is to be avoided.


700 million at risk of being displaced by intense water scarcity by 2030.

Over 2 billion people are compelled to drink unsafe water.

Over 4.5 billion without safely managed sanitation services.

Ecosystems on which life itself is based are all at risk. 

Food and water crises have been unfolding for decades, with billions suffering.

2 billion suffer the misery of hunger and malnutrition today.

4 billion set to be living in severely water stressed areas by 2029.

If we hit 1.5°C by 2026, a billion displaced by the end of the decade seems likely given the hugely increased risk of global crop failures.


The 2010s has seen catastrophic droughts.

By 2026 they could last 7 months in some regions.

Almost unthinkable.

Food waste crisis: 

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