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Stay or go? Asian nations mull options as seas rise, cities sink
by Rina Chandran
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
5 September 2019
On 5 September 2019 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Vulnerable communities at risk from rising seas and other extreme weather are facing tough decisions about whether to relocate or try to hold on. ... Displacement can have devastating impacts on those who have to move, as well as on communities that receive them, said Victor Bernard, Asia-Pacific programme officer at human rights advocacy the Raoul Wallenberg Institute.
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... More than 20 million people are uprooted every year by floods, storms, landslides and other extreme winter conditions, with the vast majority of such displacement occurring in the Asia-Pacific region, according to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Displacement can have devastating impacts on those who have to move, as well as on communities that receive them, said Victor Bernard, Asia-Pacific programme officer at human rights advocacy the Raoul Wallenberg Institute.
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