Super El Nino And Climate Change Cause Crop Failures Putting Millions At Risk Of Hunger


6 October 2015, 10:30 SEAST

Source: The Pacific Islands News Association


At least four million people in the Pacific face hunger, water shortages and risk of disease this year and next due to droughts and erratic rains, influenced by climate change and the likely development of a �super El Nino�.


South East Asia are suffering from the effects of drought and are braced for worse in coming months.


Indonesian authorities have declared a drought in the majority of the country�s 34 provinces


The last big El Nino in 1997-98 caused climate chaos and humanitarian disasters in many countries from Peru to Indonesia.


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