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Global warming imperils Tajikistan’s landscape

Gorno-Badakshan, Tajikistan – The caves perched above Savnob village in Tajikistan served as a hideout during frequent raids by nomadic bandits on the ancient agricultural community living there two centuries ago. There is no threat of a bandit attack today, but villages in Tajikistan’s Pamir Mountains are now facing a new kind of threat: global [...] The post Global warming imperils Tajikistan’s landscape appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
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