Burkina Faso: disappearing rains and new realities

KALEMBOULI, Burkina Faso—The people of Kalembouli, a village of about 1,000 people in southern Burkina Faso, have no doubt that weather patterns are changing and that this is taking its toll on their landscapes – and their lives. They speak of extraordinary windstorms at odd times of the year that fell large trees, and of... Read more

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