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Jul 13, 2019
SPECIAL REPORT: Climate change is devastating Central America, driving migrants to the U.S. border

Farmers in rural Honduras and Guatemala are living on the edge of hunger, not knowing if the next harvest will come. Their crops have been decimated by a yearslong drought driven by climate change — which has contributed to a rise in migration to the U.S.

Farmers say they don’t want to leave their villages, but they worry they’ll soon have no other option. “This community lives because of water,” said a longtime farmer in El Rosario, Honduras.

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