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Stefanie Wesch from the Green Vision Central Asia project interviewed by Azerbaijan Television
08/05/2021 - AzTV Global Program interviewed doctoral researcher Stefanie Wesch on the recent outbreak of violence over water resources along the Tajik-Kyrgyz border and the need for cooperation.
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Worldbank report with PIK: climate change can trigger migration of millions
19/03/2018 - Climate change is a driver of future migration – in a worst-case scenario, it could force more than 100 million people out of their homes by 2050. This is shown by a groundbreaking Worldbank report, co-authored by scientists from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK). Subsaharan Africa and Southern Asia are among the most affected regions, to a lesser extent also Latin America. Water scarcity and yield failures are, along with a number of other economical and social factors, becoming more and more relevant for migration within countries. This so-called internal migration is the subject of the report. However, rapid reductions of greenhouse-gas emissions can reduce this future migration by up to 80 percent, according to the report.
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