The Okavango Delta in Botswana—the world’s largest inland delta—is the subject of a case study paper which claims that climate change is not only destroying and dying off species in the ecosystem, but is now negatively affecting human health outcomes. The case study written by Chairperson of the Botswana Society for Human Development (BSHD), Sharon Tshipa, notes that severe weather extremes are causing despondency and a diminished connection with one’s roots.
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