Relationship between Climate Change and Migration
There are many ways which people might be displaced or compelled to migrate because of climate change and extreme weather. Rapid – onset events include hurricane and floods which lead to displaced people temporarily. Drought and desertification are called slower – onset events. Despite slower – onset events are a gradual effect of humankind; it can become more dangerous for a long time for environmental and humankind. Droughts have already affected millions of human life in the world. Leighton (2010) According to Steiner (2011) climate disasters annually displace of millions of people. A preventative approach is compelled prepared .Barrett &Webber (2009) argued that the implication of climate change for migration is concerned with the international community, and the adequacy of available organizational to mange increased emigrant of people which do not influence the expansion and stabilization of the host population. Recently, the problems are highlighted by a number of people that reveal changes in big continents for example, Africa and Asia. It is difficult to distinguish possible instinctive and design adjustment to decrease exposure to environmental change. Brown (2008) said at the beginning 1990 Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) suggested that humans might be the greatest victims especially displaced people by climate change, shoreline erosion and lack agriculture which caused millions of people to be displaced .So far, series reports have suggested that the environment deteriorates especially because of climate change. In the middle of 1990s, 25 million people were displaced by a number of dangerous environmental events such as, pollution, desertification, and droughts. This essay will discuss three main points .Firstly, climate change .Secondly, desertification and climate change .Thirdly, flooding and climate change .Finally, Climate change to force mass migration. Climate change...
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