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Climate change will cause migration in South Asia to escalate uncontrollably in coming years, warn three major international organisations

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Update: Tuesday 26th Sep 2017
Author by: Saroj Kumar Pattnaik

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Climate change will cause migration in South Asia to escalate uncontrollably in coming years, warn three major international organisations

Three major international organisations warn of the devastating and increasing impact of climate change on migration as policy makers converge in Bangladesh for the Global Forum on Migration and Development tomorrow.  In an in-depth study ActionAid, Climate Action Network South Asia and Bread for the World (Brot Fuer Die Welt) paint a picture of the escalating strain affecting the region and warn of the need for international government action

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    Climate change will cause migration in South Asia to escalate uncontrollably in coming years, warn three major international organisations