Global warming presents itself as Kenyan city’s fiercest foe

Irish Times: MOMBASA IS used to being on the defensive. Fought over by the Arabs and Portuguese, and eventually the British, the island city`s sun-bleached Fort Jesus has witnessed a battle or two since it was built on the orders of King Philip of Spain in 1593. But Kenya`s second-largest city, like the rest of East Africa, is now facing an adversary it might have little chance of beating: global warming. According to a report released last year, rising sea levels brought about by ......

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