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Migration and Global Environmental Change

 The aim of this report has been to use the best available science and other evidence to:

●● develop a vision for how human population movements across the world could be affected by global environmental changes between now and 2060; with a focus on the diverse challenges and opportunities for migrants and populations in originating and receiving regions;

●● identify and consider the decisions and choices that policy makers need to take today so that new policies are resilient to the wide range of future uncertainties.

 

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