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If there's a war against climate change, Saint-Louis is on the front line. And losing

Homes and a school have been destroyed by rising seas on Guet Ndar.
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In Senegal, rising seas have led to devastating coastal erosion. If there is a war against climate change, the UNESCO World Heritage city of Saint-Louis is on the front lines. And the ocean is winning.

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