December 18, 2020    
All Day

For International Migrants Day we’ve pulled together some key blogs and information about the dynamic relationship between agriculture, water and migration.

Just 3.5% of the world’s populations are migrants. People move for a variety of reasons: climate change can impact agricultural land, or people choose to move away to make money elsewhere.

Here, we explore how youth migration can shape rural communities across the Global South and why climate change can trigger migration with Dr. Alan Nicol and the AGRUMIG project.

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