Resource February 7, 2018

Meet the Journalist: Haley Joelle Ott

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Farmers prepare to plant the higher value species of seaweed, Cottonii, in a deep water farm. Crops in shallow water farms have been failing in Zanzibar due to warming seawater temperatures attributed to climate change. Image by Haley Joelle Ott. Zanzibar, 2017.
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A quarter century ago, in the rural areas of Zanzibar, gender norms and cultural restrictions meant...

Seaweed farmers prepare to plant the high-value species in a deep water farm. Crops in shallow water farms have been failing in Zanzibar due to warming sea water temperatures attributed to climate change. Image by Haley Joelle Ott. Tanzania, 2017.
Seaweed farmers prepare to plant the high-value species in a deep water farm. Crops in shallow water farms have been failing in Zanzibar due to warming sea water temperatures attributed to climate change. Image by Haley Joelle Ott. Tanzania, 2017.

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