The New York Times Debate: Migration Is a Sound Adaptation and Reparations Strategy.
Human Rights Activist and Speaker on Environmental Justice
Researcher, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impacts Research
Co-Founder and C.S.O., Tomorrow.io
Founder, Gharsah School
Mariam Traore Chazalnoël
Senior Policy Officer, United Nations International Organization for Migration
Director, Hugo Observatory at the University of Liège
Regional Director, Africa, International Committee of the Red Cross
Executive Director, Mayors Migration Council
Activist-Scholar and Founder, CLEAR Environmental
Global Lead on Migration and Displacement, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
In the wake of rising climate disasters and extreme weather patterns, nations around the world must prepare for the mass displacement of those who will have to flee their homes. Is this migration, most of which will happen within countries, simply a case of climate adaptation? Or should we see it as one of the greatest climate-related risks we face, and do everything we can to mitigate and control it?
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