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'This is a wake-up call': the villagers who could be Britain's first climate refugees

18.05.2019
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As sea levels rise, Fairbourne, sandwiched between mountains and the beach, is being returned to the waves. But where will its residents go?It is an almost perfect spring day. The sky is milky blue and there is barely a ripple on the mirror-flat expanse of Barmouth Bay. The sunshine is warm and the mountains are beginning to turn from slate-grey to luscious green. Bev Wilkins, a former businesswoman, launches a ball down the beach for her beloved German shepherd rescue dog, Lottie. In a blur of legs and black fur, the dog dashes into the frothy surf. "It is a lovely spot when the sun comes out," she says, welcoming her dripping pet back with an affectionate rub. "Horrible when it rains." Related: Tell us if your home is at risk from flooding or coastal erosion Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

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