The climate crisis turns up the heat on Malaysia’s food security

LAST December, Malaysia witnessed a phenomenon that is supposed to only happen once in 100 years: some parts of the country received one month’s average rainfall all in just one day, an incident that led to massive floods.

We were also told that the nine years spanning 2013-2021 were all listed among the 10 hottest years ever recorded.

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