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 The UN recognized Saint Louis, called Ndar by locals, as being the city most threatened by climate change in Africa. At the Northernmost point of Senegal, Ndar hugs the Sahara and hovers on the edge of the Arabic and African worlds. The locals are knowledgeable about climate: being from the desert means paying close attention to the rains and to the seas. Even the younger workers have been in the fields or on the seas for many years, doing the work of their fathers or grandmothers who taught them to pay attention, notice change, and anticipate what comes next. 

The UN recognized Saint Louis, called Ndar by locals, as being the city most threatened by climate change in Africa. At the Northernmost point of Senegal, Ndar hugs the Sahara and hovers on the edge of the Arabic and African worlds. The locals are knowledgeable about climate: being from the desert means paying close attention to the rains and to the seas. Even the younger workers have been in the fields or on the seas for many years, doing the work of their fathers or grandmothers who taught them to pay attention, notice change, and anticipate what comes next. 

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 The UN recognized Saint Louis, called Ndar by locals, as being the city most threatened by climate change in Africa. At the Northernmost point of Senegal, Ndar hugs the Sahara and hovers on the edge of the Arabic and African worlds. The locals are knowledgeable about climate: being from the desert means paying close attention to the rains and to the seas. Even the younger workers have been in the fields or on the seas for many years, doing the work of their fathers or grandmothers who taught them to pay attention, notice change, and anticipate what comes next. 
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GRybus-Climate-26-09.jpg
GRybus-Climate-27-28.jpg
GRybus-Climate-29-19.jpg
GRybus-Climate-31-30.jpg
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The UN recognized Saint Louis, called Ndar by locals, as being the city most threatened by climate change in Africa. At the Northernmost point of Senegal, Ndar hugs the Sahara and hovers on the edge of the Arabic and African worlds. The locals are knowledgeable about climate: being from the desert means paying close attention to the rains and to the seas. Even the younger workers have been in the fields or on the seas for many years, doing the work of their fathers or grandmothers who taught them to pay attention, notice change, and anticipate what comes next. 

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