(Dec 9): Singapore, home to some of the planet’s most affluent people, shouldn’t have to worry about going hungry -- except when you factor in the threat of climate change.

The city state ranks top of the Global Food Security Index, a gauge of more than 100 countries developed by the Economist Intelligence Unit and supported by Corteva Agriscience. But when that’s adjusted for the impact of climate change, and water-related risks such as rising sea levels, Singapore, which imports almost all of its food, drops 11 places in the rankings, according to a press release from Corteva.

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