Free movement can protect humans from environmental threats

Posted In Climate Change, Inform
Oct
29

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Kiribati. Photo source: ©© Jodie Gatfield, AusAID

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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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