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Subject Espresso ☕️ - Ukraine war pushes wheat prices, Africa 'not ready' for climate stress, Lebanon's safe-sex scarcity
Date March 1, 2022 1:05 PM
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Ukraine war threatens to make bread a luxury in the Middle East [[link removed]]

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine pushes up global wheat prices, food-poor countries in the Middle East face higher prices for everyday staples

Russian invasion: Five ways tech is being used to help Ukraine [[link removed]]

From Pussy Riot auctioning NFTs to Elon Musk moving SpaceX's Starlink satellites, technology is being used in creative ways to channel help to Ukraine

From food to floods, Africa 'not ready' for climate stress, its scientists say [[link removed]]

Growth in food production is slowing faster than in any other region of the world as climate change-driven droughts, floods, heat and pests take a toll

Rich nations urged to pay $60 bln a year to protect developing-world nature [[link removed]]

Ahead of fresh talks on a new global nature pact due this year, green groups call for a far larger financing goal to help poorer nations conserve important ecosystems

Fears of HIV medicine shortages and disease in Ukraine after Russian invasion [[link removed]]

Ukraine is running low on critical medical supplies, with the World Health Organization warning on Sunday that oxygen supplies were running out.

Safe sex: the latest casualty of Lebanon's economic meltdown [[link removed]]

A sharp devaluation has hiked the cost of imported birth control supplies including condoms, raising fears of a wave of sexually transmitted infections and unplanned pregnancies

'Delay means death' - UN climate report urges immediate, drastic action [[link removed]]

Nearly half the world's population is already vulnerable to increasingly dangerous climate impacts, says new report, calling for drastic action to protect people and nature

Coastal cities seen unprepared as IPCC flags climate risk hotspots [[link removed]]

Drastic policy measures are likely to become necessary as cities and coastal areas face a growing risk of climate-linked losses, scientists say

Opinion OPINION: IPCC climate report shows how to sidestep disaster [[link removed]]

We have not done enough to tackle climate change and are already facing the consequences - but we can protect ourselves and the planet if we act now

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