Project Description

Climate Change and Migration

Talking about climate change and migration can be hard, but the basic picture is simple. Climate-driven migration is happening now. Stronger and more frequent superstorms, raging wildfires, and other disasters are already forcing millions of people from their homes. And it’s happening in every country. By mid-century, hundreds of millions of us will be affected. When it comes to climate change and migration, we’re all in this together.

Take Action

Canada- Learn more about climate and migration


U.S.- Fight for climate and migrant justice


Learn More

Here are some of the people and organizations who are making the connections between climate change and migration, and fighting for the world we need:

Migrant Rights Network
No One is Illegal:Toronto

This is an incredible article by Sean Devlin and Marissa Cabaljao about climate refugees resulting from Typhoon Haiyan. Read more here.

Climate Change and Migration on Twitter