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  Issue Date: 10 / 2017  

Funding Climate Resilience Benefits All Nations Yes, the U.S. Too

Kenton X. Chance

People wait for assistance after the devastation left by Hurricane Matthew in Low Sound, North Andros, The Bahamas in October 2016. A leading climate change mitigation and adaptation activist in the Caribbean says more climate-related disasters can result in climate refugees looking towards the United States for assistance. Credit: Kenton X. Chance/IPS Click image to enlarge.

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