|Men drawing water from a well in Bodaale, Somaliland. Photograph: Felicity McCabe|
Monday, November 23, 2015
In Somaliland, climate change is now a life-or-death challenge
(The Guardian) - If you drive north from the Somaliland village of Gargara – where women speak of their heartache at losing goats in this year’s drought – and ford the fractured beds of dry rivers, passing the sun-bleached bones of dead animals, you eventually arrive in Lughaya, where open-mouthed fish lie on the white sands by the Red Sea after a wave “like a mountain” smashed into the coast this month.
This is what a changing climate looks like. Keep reading at the Guardian