Sunday, November 5, 2023

Submerged Land in South Sudan Poses New Threat

 The Washington Post published on 2 November 2023 a long article titled "Years into a Climate Disaster, These People Are Eating the Unthinkable" by Chico Harlan.

Long subject to civil war and corruption, climate change has now caused excess water in parts of South Sudan with 15 percent of the country submerged for years.  The impact on food supply has been catastrophic.  The only cure for the flooding is evaporation and time.  The only solution for the people living in these affected areas is to move elsewhere, a problematic option.