Climate Change Blamed as New Flood Plains Plague Mozambique

The flooded Maganja da Costa district in Mozambique on Jan, 21, 2015. Mozambique’s National Institute for Disaster Management blames climate change for the worsening floods, which this year wiped out crops and left tens of thousands homeless.

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Over the last seven years the Mozambican village of Guguruni has housed hundreds of people whose homes elsewhere were destroyed by floods. This year it succumbed.

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