Rising Oceans, Climate Change, Food Aid, and Human Rights in the Marshall Islands
Climate change impacts are expected to produce more frequent, longer and unpredictable drought periods with further saltwater intrusion in the Marshall Islands. As a result, a significant return to traditional food cropping is unlikely. This will lead to
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