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Climate Change is a security threat
By Online Editor
11:31 pm GMT+12, 28/03/2017, Switzerland
The security threat starts in places like the Sahel. South of the Sahara desert, the Sahel is hot and arid. Many locals are subsistence farmers who rely on the land for their livelihood. Climate change makes it harder for them to grow reliable crops, to find enough water, to find work and to raise… Read more

Newly elected and returning members of the Chuuk Legislature undergo in-depth orientation
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