Rising seas force Panama Indigenous families to leave island homes

 Indigenous Guna men displaced from Gardi Subdug, a small Caribbean island a couple kilometers off the Central American coastline that is disappearing under rising waves due to climate change, arrive to their new houses in a small woodland settlement on the mainland, in Nuevo Carti, Panama, in this handout distributed on May 29, 2024. Presidencia de Panama/Handout via REUTERS By Reuters ay 30, 20241:22 PM EDTUpdated a day ago PANAMA CITY, May 30 (Reuters) – Rising sea levels due to climate change have forced an Indigenous Guna community to leave their homes on an island off Panama’s coast that is fast disappearing. Some 300 families – 1,351 people – based in Gardi Subdug, a small Caribbean island a couple of kilometers off the Central American coastline, received keys on Wednesday…

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