PLANET IN PERIL (PinP) "Where science gets respect."
Contaminants which run off from farms and cities, produce dead-zones downstream, where few things can live. It's feared this year's dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico will be the biggest yet. Image by NOAA.
Sunday, 5 June 2016
Malawi’s Drought Leaves Millions High and Dry
INTER PRESS SERVICE
Almost half of the country’s population is facing hunger this year due to no or low harvests, resulting from the effects of El Nino which hit most parts of the southern and northern regions late last year. Story here.