Near the tiny, poverty-stricken village of Ayaloma in southern Ecuador, farmers and indigenous people depend on nature to survive. But because of climate change, they aren't able to grow as much food as they once were.
Near the tiny, poverty-stricken village of Ayaloma in southern Ecuador, farmers and indigenous people depend on nature to survive. But because of climate change, they aren't able to grow as much food as they once were. MCT
Near the tiny, poverty-stricken village of Ayaloma in southern Ecuador, farmers and indigenous people depend on nature to survive. But because of climate change, they aren't able to grow as much food as they once were. MCT

For Ecuadorian village, a struggle to adapt to changing climate

July 18, 2012 12:00 AM

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