What We're Reading: Making downtown less dodgy

From ONE Fri Jan 11 2013, 10:37:11

Al Jazeera: Nigeria's vital Lake Chad left out to dry - What was once one of the largest water reservoirs in Africa, Nigeria's Lake Chad is rapidly shrinking due to excessive use and the changing environment. Lake Chad supplies water to four different countries, and is at risk of drying up before the end of [...]

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