Climate change threatens Greek wetlands and ancient livelihoods | Climate Crisis News

Messolonghi Lagoon, Greece – Yiannis Theodoropoulos spends most of his time suspended half a metre above water.

The 52-year-old fisherman, his 17-year-old son Alexis, and a hired hand, Thomas, live in a wooden shack on stilts in the middle of the Messolonghi Lagoon, in southwest Greece.

Early each morning, Thomas collects nets put out the…

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