Indigenous peoples have adapted to drought for millennia

[The Africa news - Africa] - 21/06/2022
Indigenous communities around the world pioneered drought resilience and adaptation. As extreme heat intensifies, the world needs to heed their lessons. In Kenya right now, even camels are struggling to survive. The worst drought since the 1980s has killed 1.4 million livestock and dried up (...)
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