The impacts of climate change cause intense typhoons and as a result, inflict severe devastation on agricultural and food resources. The past typhoons destroyed millions of crops and inundated farmlands like the strawberry farms in La Trinidad.
These extreme weather events will continue to ravage farmlands, erode soil, and inundate crops, leading to widespread destruction and diminished yields. Consequently, communities reliant on these resources endure not only immediate losses but also prolonged food scarcity and economic instability, as the intricate web of destruction disrupts the delicate balance of food production and supply.
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