From The Economist.
Climate change could force hundreds of millions to flee their homes in the coming years. What can countries do to prepare for this mass migration?
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00:00 – Climate migration is on the rise
01:06 – How Louisiana is relocating its flood-victims
03:55 – How ‘managed retreat’ can resolve climate impacts
05:15 – Global warming spells trouble for the developing world
06:30 – How should governments handle mass climate migration?
07:30 – Rising sea levels mean partial submersion for these islands
08:00 – Why the rich world should care about climate migration
The countries of the Middle East and north Africa are parched: https://econ.st/3YnAs1C
Today’s heatwaves are a warning of worse to come: https://econ.st/3DPBcEO
Climate change may lead to staggering levels of migration: https://econ.st/3jvwDso
Many more Africans are migrating within Africa than to Europe: https://econ.st/3ljKNNt
What to read to understand climate change: https://econ.st/3lie9f7
What to read (and watch) to understand refugees: https://econ.st/3RDLVYs
Climate change is making intense storms more prevalent in Louisiana:
Miami’s future is submarine: https://econ.st/3YuDRvr
Climate diplomacy will continue to be a challenge in 2023: https://econ.st/3I1mOLY
Climate change is forcing Asian cities to rethink their flood defences: https://econ.st/40DxDes
Climate change is a remorseless threat to the world’s coasts: https://econ.st/3jDlgyy
Why cities sink: https://econ.st/3Xdm22K
The coming food catastrophe: https://econ.st/3DPC5gC