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The act of migration involves taking risks in pursuit of a meaningful reward and having faith in the future. Everyone should try to live more like that.
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The long read: People driven from their homes by climate disaster need protection. And ageing nations need them
The coming mass migration of flood-prone areas will have huge social and economic costs – but the government doesn’t have an adequate plan
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