About 60 per cent of Bolivians live below the national poverty line.
- Lake Poopo
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Lake Poopó, Bolivia’s second largest lake, has virtually vanished
Bolivia after the floods: 'the climate is changing; we are living that change'
In 30 years, the Bolivian glaciers lost between 35% and 50% of their area and volume.
Glaciers play a crucial role in storing up and slowly releasing water, making it available during the dry season when there is almost no rain.