Climate change is one of the challenges that society will have to face over the next few decades, as its effects are, directly and indirectly, and increasingly, on the whole planet. There is currently much evidence and forecasts of the effects that climate change is causing and will cause on for food production and supply for a population, especially in terms of obtaining sufficient and safe food. This document focuses on the effects on a particular aspect of this safe food procurement – food safety, i. e. physical, chemical and biological hazards that we can potentially encounter –. Thus, it is reviewed what effects on food hazards caused by climate change are already identified today, whether real, emerging or foreseeable in the future. It also identifies tools and strategic positions to be developed and promoted to anticipate, prevent and manage emerging problems arising from the effects of climate change on food hazards.
Climate change; Food safety; Foodborne hazard; Emerging risk
Sanchis-Almenar V, Dordal-Culla MT, Gómez-Catalán J, Bosch-Collet J, Castell-Garralda V. Canvi climàtic i seguretat alimentària. Barcelona: Agència Catalana de Seguretat Alimentària; 2021.
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