In a Land With No Soccer, Group Hopes to Use It to Score Climate Goals

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Soccer has very little presence in the Marshall Islands. The atoll nation, with a population of 60,000, has no domestic fixture, dedicated playing fields or organized local teams, let alone a national team — making it a global anomaly.

This is because of the lingering influence of U.S. control…


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