How one poor Colombian community is tackling climate change effects
In Colombia’s second-largest city, rainy-season floods — and dry-season fires —are now a fact of life.
As reporter Jorge Valencia tells us, local residents are grappling with those and other effects of climate change by taking matters into their own hands.
This article was originally published on WBUR.org.
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