The Sea That Became a Desert

One of mankind’s ugliest environmental disasters—and how it will be fixed!
 

It was once the fourth-largest lake in the world. Now it’s mostly a toxic desert. It covers an area over half the size of Iceland.

Situated in Central Asia, the Aral Sea was once a vast oasis amid an even vaster area of dry land.

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