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Kemarau Panjang, Pulau Hijau Madagaskar Berubah Jadi Merah Berdebu

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Senin, 21 Mar 2022 21:00 WIB

Madagaskar - Wilayah Madagaskar selatan yang dulu subur dan hijau kini berubah jadi merah. Kemarau berkepanjangan selama empat tahun mengubah kawasan itu menjadi sarang debu

Sand begins to surround houses close to the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl.   REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis       SEARCH

Pasir mulai mengelilingi rumah-rumah di dekat kota Ambovombe, wilayah Androy, Madagaskar, (15/2/2022). Madagaskar selalu dilanda cuaca ekstrem. Para ilmuwan mengatakan ini kemungkinan akan meningkat karena perubahan iklim yang disebabkan manusia.

Sand begins to surround houses close to the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl.   REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis       SEARCH

Wilayah Madagaskar selatan yang dulu subur dan hijau ini berubah menjadi merah. Kemarau panjang selama empat tahun telah mengubah kawasan itu menjadi sarang debu.

Sand begins to surround houses close to the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl.   REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis       SEARCH

Masy, penduduk setempat, mengisi tabung plastik dengan air hujan, di komune Sampona, wilayah Anosy, Madagaskar.

Sand begins to surround houses close to the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl.   REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis       SEARCH

Penduduk setempat berdiri di samping pohon di lapangan tertutup pasir merah di Anjeky Beanatara, wilayah Androy, Madagaskar. Kekeringan selama empat tahun ini diiringi dengan penggundulan hutan yang disebabkan oleh orang-orang yang membakar atau menebang pohon untuk membuat arang atau membuka lahan pertanian.

Sand begins to surround houses close to the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl.   REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis       SEARCH

Dua pria mandi di air hujan sementara dua anak laki-laki mengisi tabung plastik dengan air, di sepanjang RN13 (Jalan Nasional 13), dekat kota Ambovombe, Madagaskar.

Sand begins to surround houses close to the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl.   REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis       SEARCH

Dengan sedikit pohon yang tersisa untuk memperlambat angin di sudut selatan Madagaskar yang dulu subur ini, pasir merah bertiup ke mana-mana: ke ladang, desa dan jalan, dan ke mata anak-anak yang menunggu paket bantuan makanan.

Sand begins to surround houses close to the town of Ambovombe, Androy region, Madagascar, February 15, 2022. Madagascar has always known extreme weather events, but scientists say these will likely increase as human-induced climate change pushes temperatures higher. Four years of drought, along with deforestation caused by people burning or cutting down trees to make charcoal or to open up land for farming, have transformed the area into a dust bowl.   REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis       SEARCH

Seorang wanita memegang bagian dari tanaman jagung yang mati di ladang yang tertutup pasir merah, di Anjeky Beanatara, wilayah Androy, Madagaskar.

Kemarau Panjang, Pulau Hijau Madagaskar Berubah Jadi Merah Berdebu
Kemarau Panjang, Pulau Hijau Madagaskar Berubah Jadi Merah Berdebu
Kemarau Panjang, Pulau Hijau Madagaskar Berubah Jadi Merah Berdebu
Kemarau Panjang, Pulau Hijau Madagaskar Berubah Jadi Merah Berdebu
Kemarau Panjang, Pulau Hijau Madagaskar Berubah Jadi Merah Berdebu
Kemarau Panjang, Pulau Hijau Madagaskar Berubah Jadi Merah Berdebu
Kemarau Panjang, Pulau Hijau Madagaskar Berubah Jadi Merah Berdebu