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Dispatch from a Caribbean climate change refugee

Dear editor, I am standing in line – or rather in a disorganized congregation of desperate souls – in the parking lot of St. Maarten’s Princess Juliana International Airport, once the second busiest airport in the Caribbean, now a shell of sheetrock, concrete, metal and glass; the main terminal building …

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More than half of Saba’s nature affected by Irma

According to Kai Wulf, Park Manager at the Saba Conservation Foundation, about 60 percent of Saba’s nature was devastated as a result of the recent hurricane Irma.  “Of course it looks really, really bad right now, but we are looking to the future very positively. Over the centuries, nature has …

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