Climate Change Refugees

Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Indians Climate Change Refugees

The Biloxi-Chitimacha-Choctaw Indians have lived on the Isle de Jean Charles off the coast of Louisiana for generations. The Native Americans were originally forced to flee to the island as refugees from the Indian Removal Act in the 1830’s. Now, these indigenous people are being forced to flee due to human induced […]

Disappearing Islands (Climate Change Refugees)

THE MARSHALL ISLANDS — If your home is going underwater, you have no doubt about human induced climate change. This is the case for Bikini islanders. In the 1940’s, Bikini island was used for atomic bomb tests. The United States conducted at least 23 nuclear tests including the Bravo hydrogen bomb (the […]

Climate Change Immigrants and Refugees

As human induced climate change is realized, mammals have started showing patterns of migration. Some conditions are driving animals south due to the loss of their habitat (mostly animals living on ice, such as, seals and polar bears.) Some conditions are allowing animals to migrate further north (like humpback whales.) […]

References
Guide To Climate Change
The Human Induced Climate Change Experiment

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