How a deadly storm turned a French resort into a climate change laboratory

How a deadly storm turned a French resort into a climate change laboratory

Pensioners Anne and Jean Birault became climate migrants 10 years ago, after one night changed their lives forever. But they were among the lucky ones. They survived coastal flooding that claimed the lives of 29 people, in a town that is learning ...
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