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Posted by | June 17, 2020
15° W, Mauritania

“We are only eating one meal a day. When there is not enough food, it is the young and the old that get fed first.” — Fatimitu Mint Eletou, Bouchamo...

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Posted by | June 17, 2020
30° W, Greenland

“They tell us that we must not eat mattak [whale blubber], but this is all we know. Eating Inughuit food makes us who we are, and anyway we have nothing...

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Posted by | June 17, 2020
45° W, Brazil

“I am very frightened. One thing goes wrong, and the entire system follows.” — Jair Souto, Mayor of Manaquiri Jair Souto is the Mayor of Manaquiri, the capital of the...

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Posted by | June 17, 2020
60° W, Argentina

“The flooding has forced us to redesign routes. We thought it would be for a short period of time, but it has been almost six years.” — Carlos Avellaneda, manager...

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Posted by | June 17, 2020
75° W, Peru

“I tell my wife the day that mountain loses its snow, we will have to move out of the valley.” — Jose Ignacio Lambarri, farmer, Urubamba Valley Peruvian man farmer...

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Posted by | June 17, 2020
90° W, Nicaragua

“I closed my eyes and prayed to God." — Mariana González, Hurricane Mitch survivor Nicaragua is a country that, due to its accelerated environmental degradation and decline, was "an ecological...

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Posted by | June 17, 2020
105° W, Colorado, USA

“In Colorado, climate change means less snow, less water, more wildfires, less biodiversity and less economic opportunity, as there is less water available for development.” — Stephen Saunders, president, Rocky...

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Posted by | June 17, 2020
120° W Nunavut, Canada

“Our cultural heritage is at stake here. We are an adaptable people. We have over the millennium been able to adapt to incredible circumstances. But I think adaptability has its...

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Posted by | June 17, 2020
135° W, Yukon, Canada

“The weather is really unpredictable and the ice freezes much later and breaks up earlier. There are more incidents of hunters falling through the ice.” — Kik Shappa, Hunter, Griese...

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