Native American Tribe in Louisiana soon to become Environmental Refugees

It seems that a second Native Tribe is going to have to be located. First it was the Alaskan Kivalina, whose Island was not so much destroyed by sea level rise, but through loss of Sea Ice. The frozen Sea Ice normally surrounds the Island in the Winter and Spring months, during times of stormy […]

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No region in the world stands to suffer climate change more than the countries of the Caribbean

Thanks to Pakalolo for this great article!   Bill Fletcher, Jr.¬†of the Global African, discussed the looming disaster in the Caribbean with climate and development scientist Ramon Bueno and Caribbean climate change activists Stina Herberg and Empress Modupe Olufunmi-Jacobs to talk mitigation and the activism behind the threat. The Transcript and video of the interviews […]

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