Environmental eviction

Douglas, David
September 1996
Christian Century;9/11/96, Vol. 113 Issue 26, p839
Discusses the role of environmental degradation in forcing people in towns all over the world to relocate to other living areas. Prediction of a rise in environmental refugees due to desertification and deforestation; Threat of a rise in sea level from global warming; People as both origin and victim of environmental degradation; Aid agencies' increased efforts to slow involuntary migration.


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