Baaba Maal on Global Warming

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In this BBC interview, world-renowned musician Baaba Maal discusses the effects of global warming on his homeland in Senegal.  Baaba Maal is Fulani, and most of his songs are in the Fulfulde langauge.  While the majority of Fulani live off their cattle herds, Baaba Maal comes from family of fishermen.  Nonetheless, the changes he discusses affect all populations who live off the delicate ecosystem of West Africa.

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