NewEnergyNews: Climate Crisis Impacts Will Hit Everyone

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    Friday, September 18, 2020

    Climate Crisis Impacts Will Hit Everyone

    Climate crisis could displace 1.2 billion people by 2050, report warns

    Jessie Yeung, September 10. 2020 (CNN)

    “The global climate crisis could see [1.2 billion] people displaced from their homes [by 2050], as ecological disasters drive mass migrations and greater armed conflict, according to [The Ecological Threat Register from the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP)]…No country will be able to escape the impact of the climate crisis -- but the world's poorest and most vulnerable populations will be hardest hit…[141] countries are exposed to at least one ecological threat… 6.4 billion people live in countries which are exposed to medium to high ecological threats…

    Flooding is the most common ecological threat affecting 60 per cent of the countries covered in the report, followed by water stress, which will impact 43 per cent of the countries by 2050...Ten of the 19 countries with the highest exposure to ecological threats are among the 40 least peaceful nations on the Global Peace Index…The projections indicate the situation to worsen over the next two decades…The majority of the countries in Europe and South America will face lower levels of ecological threats, because of low population growth.” click here for more

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