Climate change issues gaining momentum in Guatemala

Reuters: Guatemala is stepping up its efforts to address climate change impacts and implement disaster prevention plans following a series of natural disasters that have hit Central American, experts say. Throughout this year, Guatemala has had to deal with the wettest rainy season of the last 60 years, the eruption of the Pacaya volcano and a battering by tropical storm Agatha. These events have claimed 235 lives, uprooted 208,000 Guatemalans from their homes, destroyed nearly 15,000 homes and worsened......

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