New International Study Links Climate Change, Food Insecurity and Migration

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At the ongoing United Nations-Climate Change Conference, findings of a study have been released confirming that rain variability and food insecurity are some of the main drivers for human migration in developing nations. 

The empirical research carried out by CARE International and the United Nations University in 8 developing countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America, links the relationship between Climate Change, food security and migration. Please contact us through the box on the right for more details on this compelling study.

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