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Madagascar is drying out - there's no harvest, only hunger | Anonymous

11.11.2021
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A doctor in the south of the country says people are eating cactus leaves and ashes as the rains become more erraticThere's nothing to harvest any more, nothing that can be taken from the land, that's why people are starving in Madagascar.The rainy season was always special, an important time when everyone planted food - key crops such as cassava. But for the past three years we've had very little rain. The climate has changed in Madagascar, maybe because of the global climate crisis. We used to have distinct seasons but no more, it has been a bit troubled. The landscape looks really dry, the trees have no more leaves. It is hard to find green areas, most have turned arid and grey. Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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