How Kenya is flooding in a drought | It’s Complicated

For more than 10 years, Kenya’s great lakes have been flooding, displacing hundreds of thousands of people as rising water levels leave towns and villages almost completely submerged.
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Flooding is also affecting nature reserves and destroying important habitats for endangered species. Josh Toussaint-Strauss explores why the human and ecological disaster is happening – and why the Kenyan government is so slow to act

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