To settle or not to settle?

Creating places and the settling of communities on the earth’s surface is an ancient, primordial activity that reinvents itself constantly. Ever since people started to build permanent settlements for habitation, they (re)arrange the physical structure of communities around the numerous activities that make up their daily lives.
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Law of the Sea not equipped for climate change refugees

WE ARE VERY PROUD TO PRESENT TO YOU OUR FIRST GUEST BLOG!
By Dr. Francesca Galea, International maritime lawyer
Sea level rise is threatening low lying islands around the world, but even more is at stake than the landmass they live on. Current international treaties do not recognise these threatening realities and offer no means of security to the livelihood of mankind in the face of changes that are already underway.
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