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Scientists confirm how to restore green in the Sahara Desert

Sahara Desert – desertification in the Sahel – Scientists confirm how to restore and green the desert. The Sahara desert with an area of 9,200,000 square kilometers, is the largest hot desert in the world and the third-largest desert overall. When we imagine a desert landscape, with its relentless sun, rippling sand and hidden oases, we often picture the Sahara. But 11,000 years ago, what we see today as the world’s largest hot desert would have been unrecognizable. The now Sahara desert was once green and alive, pocked with lakes, rivers, grasslands and even forests. This has been proven by discovered ancient paintings and drawings of the people who occupied the Sahara many years ago. So where did all that water, forest, etc. go? Is desert greening with technology possible? Well, our video today – which sponsored by MIZIZI International, will look into answering this question, as recent research suggest solar panels and wind turbines holds the secret to green the desert. These findings have also been confirmed in China desert transformation, with Kubuqi desert being a successful example of desert greening or china desertification.

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