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More Climate Change Refugees Means More Walls

Yves here. We’ve pointed out that since the early 2000s, Defense Department analyses have been anticipating climate-change-induced mass migrations. As this post describes, they are happening at at an accelerating pace. By Todd Miller, who has written on border and immigration issues for the New York Times, Al Jazeera America, and the NACLA Report on […]
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