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This American city is on its way to becoming a haven for climate migrants

Scientists predict Duluth will become a top destination for Americans abandoning parts of the country made inhospitable by climate change. Image: REUTERS/Eric Miller

Sebastien Malo

Freelance contributor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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A woman stands next to a hotel on a historic street in Duluth, Minnesota, U.S. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Sebastien Malo
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