Singapore remains a safe harbour in a storm but the city is dependent on others for food. Photo: AFP Singapore remains a safe harbour in a storm but the city is dependent on others for food. Photo: AFP
Singapore remains a safe harbour in a storm but the city is dependent on others for food. Photo: AFP

Worried about food supply? Climate change and coronavirus mean you should be – but which country ranks as the safest to live and invest?

A new report looks at the impact of climate crisis and coronavirus on food supply and suggests where the best places to live and invest are for decades to come

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Singapore remains a safe harbour in a storm but the city is dependent on others for food. Photo: AFP Singapore remains a safe harbour in a storm but the city is dependent on others for food. Photo: AFP
Singapore remains a safe harbour in a storm but the city is dependent on others for food. Photo: AFP
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