2 ASU experts join national panel to address security risks from climate change

Written by on July 13, 2022

July 13, 2022

Millions of farmers and their families — from Central America to Southeast Asia to Africa — have fled their homes amid drought and widespread crop failure. Forced to choose between flight or death, their numbers could swell to as many as 143 million by 2050, a U.S. report warns, unleashing the greatest wave of migration the world has seen.

As nations fall short of the reduction in net greenhouse emissions needed to meet Paris Agreement goals, international tensions will likely rise as countries debate who bears more responsibility to act and pay — and how quickly . . .

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