The Exponentially Increasing Threats Posed by Climate Induced Migration

Source: The Planet Voice

Climate induced migration refers to the relocation of individuals displaced due to long-term degradation and natural disasters, which have escalated in severity because of climate change. These include: rising sea levels, droughts, hurricanes, floods, tsunamis, salinization, desertification, and more. According to NPR, since 2008, on average, 24 million individuals…

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