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As global warming accelerates, Asian countries are turning to technology to secure threatened food supplies. (© Illustration by Michael Tsang)
Asia Insight

Climate change drives Asia's 'life and death' race for food security

From Japan to ASEAN bloc, agritech offers hope for hungry region

RURIKA IMAHASHI, Nikkei staff writer | Japan

TOKYO -- It has been a good year for Takeshi Ishisaka, a 69-year-old rice farmer in Japan's Toyama Prefecture, northwest of the capital.

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