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This is a republished version of the original published article on the Our World Too website, which you can access here When countries capable of absorbing environmental refugees are at or beyond their carrying capacity, every individual on the planet becomes a potential environmental refugee with no place to go (John Cairns Jr.) Natural disasters are…

by Evangelos Areteos

From the ashes of this ethical debris of the European civilization and the European project that were born after the Second World War and in reaction to all the ignominies of that past, the nation-state and its populist hubris are emerging as the big winners.

by Evangelos Areteos

We spent six days following refugees from Turkey to Idomeni, northern Greece, through Lesvos, Piraeus and Athens. What we lived and what we saw was a great lesson of humanity and strength but also a painful experience of suffering

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