Panama Canal Traffic Is Being Throttled by Climate Change Impact

Low water levels outside the Miraflores locks of the Panama Canal near Panama City, Panama, on Friday, Nov. 3, 2023. The Panama Canal is so shallow from climate change that quotas are being imposed on how many ships can use the artery, a decision destined to snarl trade in energy, consumer goods and food as carriers are forced to sail thousands of extra miles to make deliveries. Photographer: Walter Hurtado/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Low water levels outside the Miraflores locks of the Panama Canal near Panama City, Panama, on Friday, Nov. 3, 2023. The Panama Canal is so shallow from climate change that quotas are being imposed on how many ships can use the artery, a decision destined to snarl trade in energy, consumer goods and food as carriers are forced to sail thousands of extra miles to make deliveries. Photographer: Walter Hurtado/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Panama Canal Traffic Is Being Throttled by Climate Change Impact
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