Collect multimedia material on global warming’s impacts on drought and flooding
Under Auspices of:
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting; Kendeda Fund, Alicia Patterson Journalism Foundation; Barbara Smith Fund; Whole Systems Foundation; Abby Rockefeller & Lee Halprin and 7th Generation Incorporated
Radio features and documentary; web features
Few countries are as destitute as Mozambique. More than three-quarters of its population earn less than $2 per day. Its infant mortality is 15 times that of the United Sates. It ranks 154th in per capita gross national product. Mozambique is also plagued with erratic rainfall, complicating agriculture. Computer climate models predict that global warming will cause drier conditions there during each year’s dry season and more intense floods, changes that will make life for Mozambique’s largely rural population even tougher.
- Listen to Heat of the Moment: Inside Out , Dan’s documentary on the human impacts of climate change, including a segment on Paris during the 2003 heat wave.
- Visit the climate-change website Dan helped to produce for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
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