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La prochaine vague de migrants

MANILLE – Imaginez que vous êtes agriculteur. Vos récoltes se dessèchent à mesure que les modèles météorologiques se dégradent, l'eau de votre puits, trop salée, n'est plus potable et le riz est trop cher pour l'acheter sur le marché. Alors vous déménagez à la recherche d'une vie meilleure.

Des millions de personnes dans des communautés vulnérables à travers le monde n'ont pas imaginé un tel scénario. Elles le vivent en ce moment, à cause des ravages provoqués par un climat de plus en plus imprévisible. Et leur nombre risque d'augmenter à mesure que s'intensifient les effets du changement climatique.

Mais le monde est encore moins préparé à ces futurs migrants du changement climatique que l'Europe l'est à l'actuelle vague de personnes qui fuient le Moyen-Orient et l'Afrique du Nord. La plupart des migrants climatiques seront déplacés à l'intérieur de leurs propres frontières, mais d'autres n'auront pas d'autre choix que de chercher refuge à l'étranger. Si le niveau de la mer monte de plus d'un mètre, l'ensemble de la population de l'atoll du Pacifique et des pays du récif corallien risquent de devoir déménager.

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