Taking to the hills: tribal groups face up to climate change

Agence France-Presse: Tashka Yawanawa's Amazonian tribe lived on the plains along the Gregorio River for millennia -- until a wall of flood water last year forced them to flee their homes for good. "We had never seen a flood this big, this fast, this ferocious," the tribal chief told AFP on the sidelines of UN climate talks in Paris aimed at agreeing a pact to stave off disastrous climate change. He chalked the flooding disaster up to global warming. "This was the first time we felt the direct impact of climate......

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