Anticipate climate migration
Arif Budi Rahman
Researcher at the Center for Climate Change Financing and Multilateral Policy, Fiscal Policy Agency
A recent World Bank study, titled “Groundswell — Preparing for Internal Climate Migration”, highlights the impact of climate change on migration which, if not anticipated, can cause a significant humanitarian emergency.
There could be a migration of more than 143 million people in sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and Latin America by 2050, the study said. These...
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