MORE HARSH ENVIRONMENTS TO LIVE IN
Added on: 25th Jan 2015
There are a lot of slums located in the hillsides overlooking the city
and its infrastructure took an enormous blow when in 2010, a
powerful earthquake struck the country.
This isolated village has fresh fruit when the season is good and it
even has wild animals nearby. However, there’s no access to
preserved food when the crops don’t prosper and there’s also no access
to any medical treatment making it a difficult place to live in.
This little town located on the Faroe Islands has a total population of four.
Muli, and the Faroe Islands in general, are known for unpredictable weather,
torrential rain, windstorms, fog and snow that can happen all year long.
The landscape that surrounds this little town is bleak, having little
vegetation or natural materials for humans to live on.
This town now only has 60 miles of fertile land left. To make matters worse,
there is a huge water shortage because of the Shiyang River drying up
and the Bidain Jaran and Tengger deserts creeping in at about
33 feet per year.
This place is the wettest place on Earth. During the wet months,
the moist air gets cooled, causing abundant rainfall, which can
measure up to a thousand inches every year.
This country just becomes poorer and poorer as its communist regime
becomes more and more oppressive. Each year, a lot of people die of
starvation and many suffer from its declining economy and infrastructure.
After a coup and a rename from Burma to Myanmar, it has one of the
strictest junta governments in the world. Human rights are also
apparently absent here.
This country continues to be known for massive cases of both AIDS and
malaria. Moreover, Mozambique suffers from a lack of safe drinking water
in spite of getting tons of aid from the UN.