Climate Refugees
The Global Human Impact of Climate Change

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Monte

Respectfully, we might want to do more than feel bad about this situation here....

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farhanajra

I feel bad about people who lives in Bangladesh, Africa

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Anonymous

Me too.. especially when that old lady cried saying she wont be able to move to another place as she is 45 and cant work.

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