UN talks offer helping hand to people uprooted by climate change

Salote Soqo of the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, a U.S.-based human rights group. Picture: UUSC.ORG

KATOWICE,11 DECEMBER 2018 (REUTERS ) – When indigenous groups from around the world met in Alaska in October, they sounded the alarm on how their homelands, cultures and livelihoods were threatened by rising temperatures, loss of permafrost, higher sea levels and weather disasters. One of the biggest risks facing them is being displaced from their […]

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