Unrecognised by the global community as ‘refugees’, those who are displaced by climate change-related events are unlikely to receive adequate legal protection, Ian Fry writes.
Are there climate change refugees in the Pacific?
Seeking recognition before refuge
Time to break a sweat over health and climate policy
Climate change will have direct effects on human health – especially as a result of diminishing food availability, heat waves, and the spread of disease. This could have real consequences for refugees and migration patterns if countries don’t act now, Jeremy Youde writes.
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Policy File: Climate refugees – where to next?
As sea levels rise across the Pacific, entire populations find themselves under increasing threat. That’s why, this World Refugee Day, we’ve decided to focus on ‘climate refugees’. Patrick Cooney sets the scene for the discussions to come, emphasising the need for a globally recognised definition for climate refugees amidst a brewing crisis.
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