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CLIMATE CHANGE FOCUS: Lake Chad trees keep deadly drought at bay

Lake Chadwhich originally reached from Chad into Nigeria, Cameroon and Nigerhas lost 90 per cent of its surface area due largely to unsustainable water management and climate change.

The UN Development Programme project (PNUD) is helping hold back the advance of the Sahara desert and provide the conditions for local people to farm sustainably, boost the availability of food and carry out income-generating activities.

Read more here about how the UN is working to reverse the decline of Lake Chad. Y, the main UN web page for all climate change coverage, can be found here.

El artículo fuente de: https://news.un.org/feed/view/en/story/2018/11/1026651

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