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Will a Nile Canal Project Dry Up Africa’s Largest Wetland?

Via Yale e360, an article on the impact that South Sudan’s 240-mile canal to divert water from the White Nile and send it to Egypt would have upon Africa’s largest wetland: Seen from space, the Sudd swamp is a giant green smudge where the White Nile, one of the great river’s two main branches, spreads out […]

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