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Video: FAO's Leslie Lipper discusses the impacts of climate change on agriculture

30 September 2009, Rome - Poorest regions with the highest levels of chronic hunger are likely to be among the worst affected by climate change, according to an FAO discussion paper published today. Many developing countries, particularly in Africa, could become increasingly dependent on food imports.

Here, FAO's Leslie Lipper discusses how climate change will affect world food production.