Climate change and migration security and borders in a warming world works at the intersection of three fields environmental studies security studies and immigration studies it argues that climate induced migration has been increasingly framed as a security concern by policy makers and analysts. Climate change is in essence an attack on the shared interests or collective security of the world and both climate change and climate migration assault the well being and safety of people or . In the modern era two types of international migration have consumed our attention politically induced migration to flee war genocide and instability and migration for economic reasons recently though another force has generated a new wave of refugees global warming climate change . Examines how climate induced migration the relocation of individuals from harsh climate areas to more favorable ones has led to concerns about national borders sovereignty and security along with suggestions to combat the situation. Climate change has altered terrains and economies throughout the tropical regions of the world fro recently though another force has generated a new wave of refugees global warming climate change has altered terrains and economies throughout the tropical regions of the world from sub saharan africa to central america to south and southeast
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