No one left: climate change fuels Guatemalan migration

"Everyone suffered because their crops were left submerged in water," says Lazaro Yat from Cerro Azul, a tiny village of barely 500 people at the foot of the mountains in Quiche department, Guatemala. Two powerful hurricanes that struck the north of the Central American country in 2020 decimated cardamom crops, leaving thousands of indigenous people destitute.

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