El Niño has hit Indonesia hard, bringing about extreme drought, loss of crops and fires. The last time El-Niño struck with comparable force, it cost Indonesia nearly 5bn US-dollars.
This time, economists expect this figure to be much greater.
El Niño has hit Indonesia with extreme drought, crop losses and fires, estimated to cost the Asian country more than the $5billion in damage caused when the weather phenomenon struck the last time.
Floods in South America and England, spring temperatures in Europe, tornadoes in the US - of all these weather phenomena, only the ones in the southern hemisphere can be linked to El Niño.
Forecasts for the 2015-2016 El Niño are grim, with the extreme weather phenomenon expected to be one of the worst since 1950. But could you explain what that means? Read on.
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