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In this report, the authors argue that when countries and relevant stakeholders do not prioritize disaster preparedness and foster community resilience, extreme climate events can deplete people’s material and socioeconomic well-being. This results in internal displacement as people seek economic opportunities and social protection, which may exacerbate conflict and social tension in the cities they move to. Ultimately, this helps explain one unexamined consideration driving migration to the United States from the Northern Triangle countries.
Florida International University
International and Area Studies
Muñoz-Pogossian, Betilde and Chaves-González, Diego, "Environmental Explanations of Central American Migration: Challenges and Policy Recommendations" (2021). Research Publications. 39.
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