Residents along streams in Mali’s capital city could be evacuated for fear of floods :: Israel’s health minister joins opposition to controversial mining plan
This week our environmental news roundup looks to Mali and Israel. Media in the two countries reported on cases where local residents’ wellbeing is threatened by what is eventually human activities – be it planned phosphate mining in southern Israel or climate change-induced floods in the Malian capita – and the way governments respond to that.
It’s also a good opportunity to recall two special reports we published last week, looking into what the latest climate assessments mean for the world’s poor and how Filipino authorities prepare for extreme weather yet to come.
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