Poor nations pay price as millions flee ‘climate chaos’, Oxfam says

A boy sits near their destroyed house at the scene of a landslide following torrential rains near the University of Kinshasa, in the Democratic Republic of Congo November 27, 2019. REUTERS/Kenny Katombe - RC2QJD99G6QM

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Fiercer weather and worsening wildfires drove more than 20 million people a year from their homes over the last decade – a problem set to worsen unless leaders act swiftly to head off surging climate threats, anti-poverty charity Oxfam said on Monday. Much of the displacement caused by cyclones, floods […]

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