Climate change takes toll on Mount Kilimanjaro ice cap

Daily News: DEPUTY Minister in the Vice-President’s Office (Environment), Ms Ummy Mwalimu, has said that Mount Kilimanjaro has from 1912 to date lost almost 30 per cent of its ice. Ms Mwalimu told the National Assembly that ice melting at the cap of the mountain was attributed to global warming, according to a research conducted by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). She was answering a question from Rajab Mbarouk Mohamed (Ole-CUF) who wanted to know about efforts taken by the government......

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