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Indigenous communities in the frontline of climate change: an example from Canada


Part of the community response is reliant on government support, sadly lacking at key points of Kashechewan strategy. The community is now looking to relocate from its previously flood-prone land but the costs keep escalating: $90 million for the new road alone.





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