Vol 3 No 4 - Environmental Refugees: A Crisis In The Making

Issued: 1994 (44 pages)

Norman Myers reports on the early results of a three-year study into eco-refugees, in the face of global warming and other environmental changes. Calling it a crisis in the making he reports on the environmental impacts on refugee movements in North Africa and the Bay of Bengal and and on the environmental neglect fuelling the problem. Other reports fill out the picture, in terms of real lives, from Haiti, Sudan, Mexico Chernobyl, India and the Maldives.

Contents

  • Page 3 - Editorial: Cairo challenge
  • Page 4 - Newsfile
  • Page 6 - Environmental refugees: a crisis in the making
  • Page 10 - Regional reports from Egypt and North Africa; The Bay of Bengal; Mexico
  • Page 16 - Real lives 1: Haiti
  • Page 16 - Real lives 2: Sudan
  • Page 22 - Real lives 3: Mexico
  • Page 23 - The 'children' of Chernobyl
  • Page 26 - In the path of the dam
  • Page 28 - Interview: President Gayoom of the Maldives
  • Page 32 - Associates' News
  • Page 34 - Cairo Conference: A nine page special report
  • Page 43 - Films
  • Page 44 - Books

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