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== News and comment ==
 
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Helping a rural Gambian community to get cycling, Apr 20 <ref>[http://www.re-cycle.org/news/helping-rural-gambian-community-get-cycling re-cycle.org]</ref>
  
 
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Samba Faal, the mayor of [[Banjul]], capital of Gambia, observed that a one metre rise in sea level near his city would result in a fifty percent loss in landmass coverage. Since most of Banjul is one metre below sea level, such a scenario would pose a serious threat to human settlements, health and food security, <ref>[http://www.unep.org/Documents.Multilingual/Default.asp?DocumentID=562&ArticleID=6096&l=en&t=long United Nations Environment Programme]</ref> February 27  
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Samba Faal, the mayor of [[Banjul]], capital of Gambia, observed that a one metre rise in sea level near his city would result in a fifty percent loss in landmass coverage. Since most of Banjul is one metre below sea level, such a scenario would pose a serious threat to human settlements, health and food security, <ref>[http://www.unep.org/Documents.Multilingual/Default.asp?DocumentID=562&ArticleID=6096&l=en&t=long United Nations Environment Programme]</ref> February 27
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== Interwiki links ==
 
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Wikipedia: [[wikipedia:Gambia|Gambia]]
 
Wikipedia: [[wikipedia:Gambia|Gambia]]
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Revision as of 16:52, 9 May 2016

640px-Serekunda market.jpg

News and comment

2016

Helping a rural Gambian community to get cycling, Apr 20 [1]

2009

Samba Faal, the mayor of Banjul, capital of Gambia, observed that a one metre rise in sea level near his city would result in a fifty percent loss in landmass coverage. Since most of Banjul is one metre below sea level, such a scenario would pose a serious threat to human settlements, health and food security, [2] February 27

Interwiki links

Wikipedia: Gambia


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References

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