Natural disasters, extreme weather, and climate change can cause significant levels of crop loss. Storms like Hurricane Sany and the Tamil Cyclone have flooded fields and ruined crops while hardhitting droughts continue to cripple major grain suppliers in the United States. A major challenge facing stakeholders of the global food system is to reduce postharvest losses aggravated by natural disasters as well as to enhance the system’s efficiency worldwide to make up for losses which do occur.
Weather and Climate
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