At the beginning of September, the desert is going through a “desertization”, a phase when its climate and environment are getting worse and more hostile to life.
At the same time, the people living there are trying to cope with the consequences of climate change, with water shortages, the threat of the Zika virus, the devastating wildfires that have devastated the region.
In some parts of the country, there are even fears that the country could be plunged into an ecological disaster by the onset of the rainy season, which typically occurs in the summer.
As the season approaches, it is becoming increasingly common for people to be asked to evacuate their homes in the desert, where temperatures are in the 40s Celsius and humidity is at the highest.
For many people, desert is a place of extreme hardship, but for the country’s politicians and political leaders, it represents an opportunity to exploit a vulnerable region.
The situation is so dire that it is being used to justify the use of social engineering, such as the idea that it would be good for the economy to move towards “sustainable” development.
“Desertization” is a phenomenon that is not unique to the southern hemisphere, where it is also a popular concept in the United States.
In the US, a political scientist called “Desi” coined the term in a book called “Crazy White People”.
“When we see that we are facing desertification, that is the moment that we have to act,” he told the BBC.
“It is the point at which the desertification is happening and we can’t ignore it.”
“Deserve a new world” The concept of desertification was invented in the US by author and political scientist Richard Posner in 1993, who also coined the word “deserve a world”.
He argued that the US was facing a climate crisis that threatened to bring about global environmental disaster.
In his book, he described the situation as a “human holocaust”, which he argued would only be averted by developing new technologies to combat the effects of climate disruption.
In 2008, he wrote that climate change was “one of the biggest threats to our planet”.
It was Posner who coined the phrase “desire a new planet”, which has become a political rallying cry for US politicians in recent years.
According to the US State Department, the number of people who describe themselves as “desired a new society” has tripled since 2009, while a recent report found that one in six Americans believe climate change is a global threat.
The rise in this concept has been attributed to Donald Trump’s election in November, which was widely perceived as a repudiation of the international climate pact that was negotiated by the United Nations in Paris in December 2015.
“We’re not going to be able to meet our international commitments without the United Kingdom, the US and China taking the lead in taking action,” Trump said in a speech at the UN General Assembly.
In recent years, many politicians have sought to make the case that climate disruption is a way of “saving the planet”, and that it will lead to more jobs, more prosperity and greater equality for people across the world.
The concept is particularly popular among Democrats, who have often cited it as a reason to vote for Democrats.
“The reality is that the majority of Americans want the United states to take action on climate change and they want to be part of it,” US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said during her primary campaign in 2016.
“Climate change is going to change everything.
And it’s not just a question of economics, it’s going to have a real impact on everything we are doing, from climate to trade, health to education, and security to health care.”
According to a 2016 report by the National Bureau of Economic Research, more than 60% of Americans agree that climate impacts should be taken seriously, but just 27% think climate change should be considered a “serious” issue.
“They [Republicans] are really afraid of what happens if they vote for a Democrat,” said former Democratic National Committee (DNC) chair Donna Brazile, who is now a professor of public policy at the University of Virginia.
“What they don’t understand is that we don’t vote for the president, we vote for our state representatives.
And we want to know that our state is taking the steps necessary to help our people.”
“The more they say that it’s a bad thing, the more people vote for them” The US has had two Democratic presidents since its inception in 1789.
In 2020, President Donald Trump won the election with a majority of the popular vote, while former President Barack Obama was re-elected with an overwhelming majority.
“This is a political reality that is very hard to ignore,” said Donna Braziles former chief of staff and vice chair of the Democratic National Committees (DnC).
“The Republican Party is the party of climate denial.
And they are the party