Climate change will create more migrants, Juncker warns

10th September 2015


A new wave of migration will begin as climate change leads to increased global conflict, European commission president Jean-Claude Juncker warned today.

Speaking to members of the European parliament in the annual state of the union address, Juncker said that climate change is changing the sources of conflict. "Control over a dam or a lake can be mor

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