Global Warming Behind Somali Drought

Inter Press Service: The severe drought in the Horn of Africa, which has caused the death of at least 30,000 children and is affecting some 12 million people, especially in Somalia, is a direct consequence of weather phenomena associated with climate change and global warming, environmental scientists say. “The present drought in the Horn of Africa has been provoked by El Ni-o and La Ni-a phenomena in the Pacific Ocean, which unsettle the normal circulation of warm and cold water and air, and dislocate the humidity…

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Global Warming Behind Somali Drought

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