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Web extra: Interview with Sisenio Hideo

  • Aired: 08/10/2012
  • 01:34
  • Expires: 08/10/2017
  • Rating: NR
While Palauan politicians try to use the legal mechanisms at their disposal to hold industrialized nations accountable for damage caused to the island by global greenhouse gas emissions, each day, ordinary citizens of Palau simply live with the effects of an encroaching shoreline.
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Palauan electrician Sisenio Hideo has watched the shoreline disappear over his lifetime.
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