Among Kenya's Maasai, Traditional Ways Falling to Climate Change


77-year-old Takaita Kariankei has lost more than 50 percent of his cattle to drought since the early 2000s. Losses like this, likely linked to climate change, have had a big impact on Maasai families and their culture.


Faun Kime

Climate change is just the latest of many threats to the traditional culture of the pastoralist Maasai people of East Africa. But for many, it's the one that's finally forcing them to abandon their old ways, as repeated bouts of extreme weather lead them to give up their cattle.