Senegal Drought | 1960 – The Future

Unprecedented Extremes Of Climate Point To Rapid Desertification
Drought Senegal and West Afric

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The changes in West Africa began over a half century ago, as the weather patterns began to change permanently. Over that period of time, the Sahel region of Africa has seen drought and downpours intensify, but the only thing that is clear is that growing crops of any kind is increasing difficult, with livestock almost an impossibility.

The first mega drought in the region ended temporarily in the 1990s, but the devastation wrought has proven irreversible. With the countryside devastated, the urban centers grew into hell holes: models for the world to come. The flood drought flood patterns is expected to worsen, making Senegal and West Africa an unfortunate laboratory for how the End Times will play out in the third world.


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