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The legacy of Kenya's toxic lake

The area around Kenya's Lake Naivasha is known colloquially as the flower bed of Africa. The cut flowers industry generates 5% of Kenya's GDP – and causes extensive pollution. Fertilizers from its fields drain directly into the lake’s waters.

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