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NGOs criticise provision of aid to drought-hit farmers

“Support measures only address symptoms, not roots of climate change”

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Two environmental organisations warn that the current droughts and heatwaves will become “the new normal” if public authorities continue to focus on direct subsidies for farmers instead of supporting more climate-friendly farming practices.

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