Residents of Three Coastal Towns Become the First U.S. Climate Refugees | The Energy Mix

The story of Kivalina, the Iñupiat town in Alaska that will soon have to relocate due to climate change, has been developing for years. But now, Triple Pundit is out with a profile of two other U.S. communities whose residents share the dubious distinction of becoming the country’s first climate refugees.

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