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Drought touches a quarter of humanity, U.N. says, disrupting life globally

The crisis, worsened partly by climate change, has been accompanied by soaring food prices and could have consequences for hunger, elections and migration worldwide.
Study: Climate migration will leave the elderly behind

Study: Climate migration will leave the elderly behind

Coastal populations will get older — and more fragile — as young people flee rising seas, according to new academic research.
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Flooding drives millions to move as climate-driven migration patterns emerge

Flood risk and climate change are pushing millions of people to move from their homes, according to a new study by the risk analysis firm First Street Foundation.
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Climate migration's billion-dollar question: Who manages the retreat?

Federal efforts to protect communities from climate disasters with buyouts and resilience projects are often fractured and poorly coordinated. Is there a better way?
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Environmental, immigrant groups say state needs to prepare for likely climate migration

In Maine, as in other places, the impacts of climate change are already being felt, with ocean temperatures warming quickly and the state experiencing higher than average levels of precipitation.

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Gaia Vince: A hotter world forcing people on the move needs vision, not Suella Braverman’s rabble-rousing words

Suella Braverman is right when she says there is a “hurricane” of migration coming, but the UK home secretary has no plan to weather the storm and her actions leave us all exposed.

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The era of climate migration is here, leaders of vulnerable nations say

Heads of climate-vulnerable nations gathered on the sidelines of a United Nations climate summit to call for new policies and agreements to manage the millions of people who are being forced from their homes by extreme weather.