From Jordantimes .com   March 14, 2019
Co-authors: By Anders Fremstad and Mark Paul
Three years ago, the United States achieved a grim milestone: its first climate refugees. With rising sea levels quickly engulfing the small town of Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana, the Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw tribespeople who have long called it home were forced to move. In the coming years, hundreds of communities across the US will suffer a similar fate, even if greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions cease immediately.
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