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World in Progress: Kuna people face rising sea levels in Panama

The indigenous Kuna people live in the Gunya Yala archipelago, off the north eastern Coast of Panama. And their islands are at the forefront of climate change, with the Caribbean sea rising continuously. For years, the Kuna have waited to relocate from their island to the mainland and the government has repeatedly promised to help. But so far, words haven't translated into action.

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