Thirsty Cows, Poor Nations and the Tragic Ironies of Climate Change

Huffington Post: Today, every office in the small South American nation of Bolivia is closed as the country celebrates its 185th Independence Day. Every office, that is, but the tiny, sparsely equipped mayoral office of Pasorapa. A small municipality of 5,000 in the heart of Bolivia's Andean valleys, the town recently declared a state of natural emergency. Though never a lush region, a drought has slowly set in over the course of the last decade as annual levels of rainfall have declined and temperatures ......

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