Interview: Climate Change Makes Food More Poisonous

Extreme weather is increasing toxins in our food - which can be fatal. As temperatures keep rising, it seems the problem will only get worse. DW interviews a chief scientist at UNEP. Extreme weather is increasing the levels of toxins in our food, according to a new report by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

With global temperatures set to rise by more 3 degrees Celsius, scientists warn the problem will only get worse. DW spoke with UNEP chief scientist Jacqueline McGlade out of Nairobi.


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