How Rwanda Turned a Toxic Menace Into a Source of Power — TIME

Lake Kivu, straddling the borders of Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo, offers a landscape of extraordinary beauty, framed by towering volcanoes and lush green slopes rich with tea, coffee and banana plantations. But deep beneath the surface of the lake lurks a terrifying menace: waters saturated with methane, carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide…

via How Rwanda Turned a Toxic Menace Into a Source of Power — TIME

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