A wire story
this morning from AAP reports the relocation of a Pacific village due
to rising sea levels attributed to global warming: “inhabitants in the
Lateu settlement on Tegua Island in Vanuatu started dismantling their
wooden homes in August and moved about 548.64m inland.”

About 548.64 metres? How much precision do we need in locating a village?

Peter Fray

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