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Kenyan Plains Affected by Global Warming
Vanishing natural resources in Kenya - 12 Nov 2006
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The...
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting Nov. 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006
Elephants graze on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United...
Kenya
Elephants graze on plains at foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya
Elephants graze on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006
Young male elephants lock tusks in battle on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli...
Kenya
Young male elephants lock tusks in battle on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli...
Young male elephants lock tusks in battle on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park, southern Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
KENYA
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November 11, 2006
The carcass of a flamingo lies on the dried-up area of Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (99...
Nakuru, Kenya
Carcass of a flamingo lies on the dried-up area of Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley
The carcass of a flamingo lies on the dried-up area of Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (99 miles) west of the capital Nairobi, November 11, 2006. According to Kenya Wildlife Services, the flamingo population at the lake has decreased to 200,000 from 800,000 because of the lack of water due to the massive destruction of the lake's main catchment area - the Mau forest. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006
Elephants graze on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern...
Kenya
Elephants graze on plains at foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park, southern Kenya
Elephants graze on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern Kenya November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
KENYA
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November 11, 2006
A Maasai girl sits with other children near a communal water pump in the village of Esiteti at the foot...
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya
A Maasai girl sits with other children near a communal water pump in the village of Esiteti
A Maasai girl sits with other children near a communal water pump in the village of Esiteti at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
KENYA
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November 12, 2006
A white rhino grazes at the shore of lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (100 miles) west of the...
multiple cities, Kenya
A white rhino grazes at shore of lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley
A white rhino grazes at the shore of lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (100 miles) west of the capital Nairobi November 11, 2006. According to Kenya Wildlife Services (KWS, encroachment of people and poor farming methods have led to deforestation problems and the drying up of the springs around the area. Picture taken on November 11, 2006. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The...
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006
A giraffe stands under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern...
Kenya
Giraffe stands under tree in Amboseli national park in southern Kenya
A giraffe stands under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006
A Maasai warrior herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006....
Kenya
A Maasai warrior herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro
A Maasai warrior herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006
An elephant grazes at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern Kenya, November...
Kenya
Elephant grazes at foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in Amboseli national park, southern Kenya
An elephant grazes at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006
Maasai women carry water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November...
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya
Maasai women carry water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro
Maasai women carry water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
KENYA
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November 12, 2006
John Wambua, a Kenya's Wildlife Services tourism warden, walks at the Baharini Springs, the only source...
Nakuru, Kenya
John Wambua, Kenya's Wildlife Services tourism warden, walks at Baharini Springs in Kenya's Rift Valley...
John Wambua, a Kenya's Wildlife Services tourism warden, walks at the Baharini Springs, the only source of water in lake Nakuru, in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (100 miles) west of the capital Nairobi November 11, 2006. According to Kenya Wildlife Services the Flamigoes numbers at the Lake has dropped from 800,000 to 200,000 because of lack of water due to massive destruction of the lake's main catchment area, the Mau forest. Picture taken on November 11, 2006. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006
Maasai warriors rest under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United...
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya
Maasai warriors rest under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro
Maasai warriors rest under a tree at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
KENYA
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November 11, 2006
Tourists walk in the middle of the dried-up area of Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (99 miles)...
Nakuru, Kenya
Tourists walk in the middle of the dried-up area of Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley
Tourists walk in the middle of the dried-up area of Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (99 miles) west of the capital Nairobi, November 11, 2006. ccording to Kenya Wildlife Services, the flamingo population at the lake has decreased to 200,000 from 800,000 because of the lack of water due to the massive destruction of the lake's main catchment area - the Mau forest. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006
Maasai warriors herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006....
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya
Maasai warriors herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro
Maasai warriors herds goats on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The...
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro
Maasai warriors socialize on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
KENYA
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November 12, 2006
A tourist take pictures of flamingoes at Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (100 miles) west of...
Nakuru, Kenya
A tourist take pictures of flamingoes at Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley
A tourist take pictures of flamingoes at Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (100 miles) west of the capital Nairobi November 11, 2006. According to Kenya Wildlife Services the Flamigoes population at the Lake has dropped from 800,000 to 200,000 because of lack of water due to massive destruction of the lake's main catchment area, the Mau forest. Picture taken on November 11, 2006. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA
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November 11, 2006
Students walk near flamingos at Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (99 miles) west of the capital...
Nakuru, Kenya
Students walk near flamingos at Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley
Students walk near flamingos at Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km (99 miles) west of the capital Nairobi, November 11, 2006. According to Kenya Wildlife Services, the flamingo population at the lake has decreased to 200,000 from 800,000. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006
Kinyaol Porboli (R), the chief of Esiteti village, and his wife Nasha Porboli, pose for a portrait with...
ESITETI, Kenya
Kinyaol Porboli, chief of Esiteti village, and his wife pose for portrait with Mount Kilimanjaro in the...
Kinyaol Porboli (R), the chief of Esiteti village, and his wife Nasha Porboli, pose for a portrait with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background in southern Kenya November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMATE KILIMANJARO
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November 11, 2006
Maasai women collect water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya,...
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya
Maasai women collect water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro
Maasai women collect water from a communal pump on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006. The United Nations, hosting the November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi 240 km (149 miles) north, reckons that blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand - with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
ENVIRONMENT CLIMAE KILIMANJARO
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November 12, 2006
A lion guards his kill as a hyena and elephant walk past in the background on the plains at the foot...
Kenya
Lion guards his kill as hyena and elephant walk past in the background on the plains at the foot of Mount...
A lion guards his kill as a hyena and elephant walk past in the background on the plains at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro in the Amboseli national park, southern Kenya, November 12, 2006. The United Nations, hosting November 6-17 climate talks in Nairobi, reckons blame for the vanishing snows of Kilimanjaro lies closer to hand -- with global warming linked to human use of fossil fuels. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
KENYA
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November 12, 2006
Tourists take pictures of flamingos at Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km west of the capital...
Nakuru, Kenya
Tourists take pictures of flamingos at Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley
Tourists take pictures of flamingos at Lake Nakuru in Kenya's Rift Valley, 160km west of the capital Nairobi, November 11, 2006. According to Kenya Wildlife Services the Flamigoes numbers at the Lake has reduced from 800,000 to 200,000 becuse of lack of water due to massive destruction of the lake's main catchment area the Mau forest. Picture taken on November 11, 2006. REUTERS/Antony Njuguna (KENYA)
KENYA
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November 11, 2006
Maasai warriors are silhouetted in the village of Esiteti at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November...
Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya
Maasai warriors are silhouetted in the village of Esiteti at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro
Maasai warriors are silhouetted in the village of Esiteti at the foot of Mount Kilimajaro, Kenya, November 11, 2006.Kenyan children led a march by hundreds of people through the capital Nairobi to call for rich nations to do more to fight global warming REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (KENYA)
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