Climate refugees

The negative consequences of the rising sea levels are felt by people around the world already now, and many already started to relocate, being named environmental migrants or climate refugees. These people are leaving their homes because they have no other choice – either find a new location, leaving everything behind or stay and face life-threatening conditions of extreme floods, hurricanes, tornados or droughts.

The relocation can happen within their country or to another country. The problem with this is the infrastructure and capacity of other locations as well as economic sustainability. More people in any location would mean more jobs needs to be created as well as housing infrastructure to accommodate all the newcomers.

Schooling and transportation are other issues, which overpopulated locations may struggle with. One is clear – all the people living in the coastal areas can’t migrate elsewhere. We need other solutions to prevent the disaster.

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