Logistical chains would become overwhelmed if they were hit by two major weather events © Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images
Logistical chains would become overwhelmed if they were hit by two major weather events © Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images

Act now or climate change 'certain' to overwhelm food supply chain

14 March 2022

Australia's food supply chain is more vulnerable to climate change than previously thought and is “certain” to become overwhelmed at some point if warming continues on its current trajectory, according to a report.

Even though Australia's logistical chains are highly robust, they would be at risk if hit by two simultaneous catastrophic weather events, according to a study from Farmers for Climate Action.

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