Sean Paul discusses ‘first-hand experience’ of climate change

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Musician Sean Paul has told Sky News of his “first-hand experience” of climate change in his hometown of Kingston, Jamaica.

Speaking to Sky’s Beth Rigby Interviews programme, the rapper and singer said Hellshire Beach, which he used to visit as a child, has gradually receded over the years – adding that “it’s very sad to see”.

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