Climate Change Poses Threat To Colombian Coast

Flooding of the Mira and Telembi rivers in the Narino province of Colombia left approximately 30,000 people homeless and destroyed 62 villages in February 2009. Displaced families have been forced to take refuge in the crowded and crime-infested city of Tumaco.
Flooding of the Mira and Telembi rivers in the Narino province of Colombia left approximately 30,000 people homeless and destroyed 62 villages in February 2009. Displaced families have been forced to take refuge in the crowded and crime-infested city of Tumaco.