Climate change is emerging as both a direct and an indirect driver of migration that complicates existing vulnerabilities. Persistent drought, fluctuating temperatures, and unpredictable rainfall have reduced crop yields throughout the Northern Triangle—a region that comprises El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala—challenging livelihoods and access to food in agriculturally dependent communities.
Center for American Progress
Friday in Abidjan, the conference on land policy in Africa, a high-level dialogue on ethnicity and land conflicts were held. As part of the 3rd edition of the Conference on Land Policy in Africa, a high-level dialogue on ethnicity and land conflicts was organized this Friday, in Abidjan.
Supper club’s book features tasty dishes from around the world, writes Charlie Bolderow. Stories and Supper, which launched in 2017, is a supper-club project based in Walthamstow that aims to challenge the myths surrounding the migration crisis.
Waltham Forest Echo
The majority of Ethiopia’s nearly 110.000 million inhabitants are dependent on agriculture for their livelihoods. Accounts of Ethiopian migrants travelling to the Gulf, South Africa and towards Europe are already in circulation and many observers see the growing impact of climate change as having the potential to send many thousands more on similar journeys.