"In the early hours of September 11 in Libya the waters of the Wadi Derna river burst through the dams that restrained them and rampaged through the coastal city of Derna in Libya’s east.
Authorities estimated the death toll at more than 5,000, with 10,000 still missing.
"FRANCE 24 looks back at the years of violence and neglect that left the city ill-prepared for the unprecedented natural disasters of the climate crisis."So was the disaster caused by "climate crisis" or regime change crisis?
Libya has been a failed state since the the "Arab Spring" protests of 2011, which led to a civil war, foreign military intervention, and the American-led ousting and death of strongman Muammar Gaddafi.
The failure of the Derna dams might have been completely preventable had they been maintained...
dams had not been properly cared for in more than two decades.
“The dams have not been maintained since 2002, and they are not big,” he said.
The biggest source of "man-made climate catastrophe" isn't the use of energy, which produces carbon by-products; it's misgovernment, war and central planning gone wrong. Grain disruptions in Ukraine, deforestation in Haiti, flooding in Libya are examples of these. Ruining the environment is fundamentally no different from wrecking your car by racing it without engine oil; it's introducing chaos into order.