Guatemala migrants: Climate change driving exodus

Average daytime temperatures in Guatemala have risen over the past decade, while crop-damaging frosts are more common.

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    Experts say climate change is one of the reasons for the exodus.

    Prolonged drought and extreme weather occurrences are battering maize, beans and other crops.

    Al Jazeera's David Mercer reports from Guatemala.


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