Kenya: Climate change is drying up one of the world’s largest lakes

Mashable: The two men have been working their way through the nets for more than 30 minutes before they catch a fish. Ekaale Ewoi pauses in the bow of the boat, silhouetted against the pink morning sky. He glances back at Ekai Longolan, who gently disentangles the small prize. It thuds to the floor of the boat at my feet and thrashes around. Without a word they resume their rhythmic motion, going hand over hand for thirty minutes more, until they reach the bobbing jerry can that means they’ve come to the......

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