A humanitarian crisis looms in Africa unless we act fast to stop the desert locust

  The Guardian 

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The destructive migratory pest threatens catastrophe as it swarms through countries already plagued by food insecurity A colleague at the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) tells a terrifying story about the desert locust. In 2005 she visited farmers in Niger as they prepared to harvest their crops. Just hours later, a swarm of locusts swept through the area and destroyed everything. One month later, truckloads of families were forced to leave their homes because they had nothing to eat. Continue reading...
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