Gardi Sugdub Relocation Features in Latest Film from The Shore Line Project
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The Shore Line Project, directed by Liz Miller, sheds light on the predicament of coastal communities around the world which face displacement. A recent film by the Shore Line Project looks at the displacement and relocation process of the island of Gardi Sugdub in Panama. Due to the consequences of rising sea levels, more than 30,000 people from the Gunayala islands of Panama face displacement. The 1000 Gunayala members of the Gardi Sugdub island are currently carrying out their planned relocation to the safer mainland. The film interviews Blas Lopez, a community leader of the Gunayala community of Gardi Sugdub. To the Main Land: Carti Sugdup's Solution from ShoreLine on Vimeo....
About 673,000 Myanmar living in refugee camps on the Thai border and internally displaced camps in Myanmar are unable to return to homes in part because of concerns over housing, land and property rights, said a DS report released last week.
Following the publication of English and Spanish versions of the Peninsula Principles on Climate Displacement Within States...