World in Progress: Apr 02, 2014 by DW (English) published on 2014-04-02T20:10:12Z New IPCC report compiles research on climate change impact on societies -- Changing weather patterns increase challenges for farmers and food security -- How a little iron fish in cooking pots helps fight iron deficiency in Cambodia Producer: Anke Rasper 'All our societies will be affected by Climate Change'Vulnerable people in developing countries are currently most affected by climate change, thats one of the results of the second part of the report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published this week. One of the lead authors of the report, Dr. Koko Warner told World in Progress about the impact of climate change on development and why key decisions need to be taken now.Climate Change and Food securityFarmers worldwide are a feeling the effects of rising temperatures and more frequent droughts and floods. And scientists are warning of even more dramatic consequences in the future which could result in food scarcity. Helle Jeppesen talked to farmers in Southern Germany, her report is presented by Neil King.Lucky iron fish helps fighting anemia in CambodiaIn Cambodia iron deficiency anemia is a serious problem. More than half of children under the age of five are anemic. A new method of supplementing iron in people's diets is now gaining attention. It involves a small iron fish that can be put into cooking pots. Early tests have been encouraging. If the little fish proves a success, the simple method to boost iron intake could be exported.