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Fifty million climate refugees by 2010

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Fifty million climate refugees by 2010. Today we find a world of asymmetric development, unsustainable natural resource use, and continued rural and urban poverty. There is general agreement about the current global environmental and development crisis. It is also known that the consequences of these global changes have the most devastating impacts on the poorest, who historically have had limited entitlements and opportunities for growth.
Sources Norman Myers, 'Environmental refugees, An emergent security issue', 13. Economic forum, Prague, OSCE, May 2005 ; Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, 2005 ; Liser, 2007.
Link to web-site http://www.agassessment.org/
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Emmanuelle Bournay
Appears in IAASTD - International assessment of agricultural science and technology for development
Published 2008
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