Mount Kenya’s Vanishing Glaciers

New York Times: In 1941, an Italian civil servant named Felice Benuzzi was captured by Allied forces and sent to a prisoner-of-war camp in East Africa. The camp faced Mount Kenya, 17,000 feet high, and Benuzzi found himself staring longingly at that larger, snow-blanketed world from the smallness of his own. Eventually he couldn’t help himself; he decided to climb the mountain. Continue reading the main story Related Coverage Indian children carrying coal to a crushing machine in the state of Meghalaya. India......

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