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Drying fields, dying livelihoods push Honduran farmers north

Clip: 04/02/2019 | 8m 38s

In rural Honduras, farming has been many residents’ livelihood for generations. But now, rising temperatures and declining rainfall are killing crops and jeopardizing the farmers’ very survival. Special correspondent Marcia Biggs and videographer Julia Galiano-Rios explore how climate change affects these rural populations, driving them into urban areas and ultimately, even out of the country.

Aired: 04/02/19

Rating: NR

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