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Adapting to rising seas, schools on PH island move to rafters

25.2.2020

Adapting to rising seas, schools on PH island move to rafters | via nytimes

A year after the 2013 earthquake, the local government proposed moving the islanders to new homes an hour’s boat ride away. Few took the offer.The Philippines is one of the most disaster-prone countries on earth, victim to typhoons, earthquakes, floods, landslides and tsunamis, among other calamities.



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