The Feds are spending $48 million to move his village. But he doesn’t want to go.

Isle de Jean Charles, Louisiana (CNN)The plans are grand — a brand new community with homes, baseball fields, fishing ponds, a meeting hall and a solar farm to generate electricity to sell. The land used to be sugarcane fields, but now it will be a “hugely important pioneer project,” says Pat Forbes, executive director of Louisiana’s Office of Community Development. The people of Isle de Jean Charles will not be the last to have to move because of climate change. Because it’s the first government project of its kind, it will be more expensive but it also offers opportunities, Forbes says. “One of the main objectives is to enhance the culture that the community once had and help them have …