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Climate Adam: Escaping the Elements - The truth behind Climate Migration

Posted on 23 October 2023 by Guest Author

This video includes conclusions of the creator climate scientist Dr. Adam Levy. It is presented to our readers as an informed perspective. Please see video description for references (if any).

From sea level rise to heatwaves, fires, floods and droughts – climate change is forcing people across the globe from their homes. But where do these people go? Is there such a thing as a climate change refugee? And what's the truth behind a lot of the misleading information about climate change and migration?

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  1. I think the presentation is quite clear and useful, but near the end becomes overly positive about potential benefits of migration due to climate change. In most cases, even if other factors contribute to the decision to move, the climate factor is likely to involve a traumatic event of some sort, such as fire, flood or loss of arable land.

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