El Niño Weather Pattern Threatens Food, Water Security Of 4M People Across Pacific Region

The Guardian: El Niño could leave 4 million people in Pacific without food or drinking water
“Two dozen people have already died from hunger and drinking contaminated water in drought-stricken Papua New Guinea, but the looming El Niño crisis could leave more than four million people across the Pacific without enough food or clean water…” (Doherty, 10/11).

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