August 23, 2020
How Climate Change Drives Migration to the U.S.
There are many reasons why immigrants seek refuge in the U.S., but climate change is becoming a bigger and bigger cause. When people who depend on growing crops on their land can no longer do so, hunger drives them to seek a means of sustaining life elsewhere.
Below is a link to a 10-minute NBC video focusing on a particular village and family in Guatemala. It shows what climate change there means for growing numbers of small farmers.
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