El Salvador’s environmental crisis

Aljazeera: Boanerge Lovo lives in a subsistence community on Isla de Monte Cristo near the central coast of El Salvador. His community is self-sustaining and relies on fish, crab, and growing cashews for its survival. Lovo is president of his community development association, a position that ccarries the responsibility of watching out for the wellbeing of the 27 families in this community. Along with weather events like floods and hurricanes of increasing extremes that are attributed to climate change,......

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