Maine as a climate refuge; Muscogee Creek Nation gets a say in Okefenokee Swamp
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Thursday, 21 July
As many regions of the United States endure the extreme effects of climate change, some scientists believe interior Maine could be a refuge. Maine Public Radio's Fred Bever reports. And, the Muscogee Creek Nation was forced by the government to leave Georgia two centuries ago. But a new move by the Biden administration will give them a say in the management of the Okefenokee Swamp, a part of the tribe's ancestral history. WABE's Molly Samuel reports.