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Climate change could spark floods in world’s largest desert lake

A woman pulls in a fishing net on a beach at Lake Turkana. Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

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Tito Ochieng, Director of Water, Turkana County (Kenya)

Up to eight human settlements around the lake could be inundated by flooding periodically. Image: United Nations Environment Programme
Climate change is leading to increasingly extreme conditions in some areas. Image: UNEP

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