The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization says it is facing a global food crisis due to climate change.
And a growing number of U.K. farmers are saying they’re struggling to feed their families.
In the U, climate change and water shortages are leading to increased crop failures, farmers are experiencing crop failures in their fields, and there is less water available in reservoirs to support crops.
That’s according to the World Bank, which has estimated the global food security gap at $1.4 trillion.
In Britain, where farmers have been struggling to produce enough food for their families for decades, the situation has worsened over the past five years.
A study published in the journal Agricultural and Forest Meteorology found that the rate of crop failure among British farmers has tripled in the past decade, reaching a record high in 2014.
That increase in crop failure has led to severe weather and a decline in yields, the study found.
A lack of water and irrigation infrastructure has also caused water shortages.
In 2016, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) published its Global Agricultural Climate Change Report.
Its authors said the crisis has been worsened by the lack of global leadership on climate change, a lack of understanding of climate change in the political and business community, and a failure to develop strategies for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
A new report published by the Ubiq Institute, an independent research group that looks at global climate change issues, found that there has been a 30% increase in the number of farmers and communities that have been impacted by climate change this century.
In 2016, only about 6.5% of all agricultural production was impacted by the impacts of climate-driven changes, the report said.
The report also found that farmers and landowners have become more dependent on irrigation water sources and increased reliance on water from reservoirs.
The study said the growing dependence on irrigation is making it harder for farmers to adapt to drought.
In 2015, the UBIQ researchers wrote: “There is a significant lack of information on the impacts and potential impacts of crop failures and other water shortages on rural economies.”
It is now the second year in a row that farmers in the United States have faced severe crop failure.
In the past, the drought was considered a relatively rare event.
But the UBS Global Water Stress Index for the U-28 region in 2016 was 5.6%, the highest level on record.
That number is the highest in a decade, according to UBS.
It’s unclear how widespread the water crisis is in the country.
The National Agricultural Statistics Service, a government agency, said the number is likely to be lower because it is a state issue.
The U. S. Geological Survey has not released its data for the year 2017.
It said it does not yet have a map for all counties in the state.
A spokeswoman for the California Department of Water Resources said that it is currently conducting an analysis of water stress, including water shortages and agricultural impacts, and has released a map that shows the drought’s impact in California.
The department said the drought impacts have impacted about 60 million acres of California farmland.