Free movement can protect humans from environmental threats

Posted In Climate Change, Inform

Kiribati. Photo source: ©© Jodie Gatfield, AusAID


Greater freedom of movement and investments in human rights and social opportunities can help protect humans from environmental threats like rising sea levels, new research says…

Read Full Article; Science Daily (10-29-2018)

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