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Marshallese worries span decades — first nuclear tests, now sea-level rise

Summary by Conservation News
BIKINI ATOLL, Marshall Islands — “I felt so many emotions during my trip to Bikini,” said Victoria Jamore. “I asked myself questions like: How many times have we been moved? How many times will we be moved? When will we get to live on our islands again?” For Jamore, a Marshallese artist, Bikini is more than just an atoll lost in the Pacific. It’s the land of her ancestors where she feels deeply rooted. The sprawling array of remote atolls and is…

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