Rising sea levels may trap more people than are displaced.
Sept. 25, 2020 • ~7 min
Tags: climate-change migration sea-level-rise coastal-erosion coastal-flooding climate-refugees flood-risk
Can a plan that brings together government and private landowners create enough habitat for monarch butterflies?
Sept. 18, 2020 • ~9 min
Tags: conservation insects migration wildlife-conservation pollinators trump-administration endangered-species habitat butterflies endangered-species-act
Employing displaced Syrian healthcare workers is a “win-win” for both host communities and refugees as it would strengthen national health services and allow
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Migrants arrested for tending plants in the flats, houses and attics where cannabis is grown in bulk are often victims of trafficking and "debt bondage" – yet
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Biometric data is being used to target those deemed unwanted aliens.
Tags: migration refugees kenya civil-rights biometrics border-control windrush
Researchers say DNA from stone tools from in a Mexican cave suggests humans first arrived in America about 15,000 years earlier than previously thought.
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Extreme weather events prompt people to move, a trend that could accelerate in a warming climate. But the ability to migrate internally in the US depends largely on economic status.
May 26, 2020 • ~8 min
Tags: climate-change migration hurricanes extreme-weather natural-disasters census puerto-rico hurricane-maria census-data
Biologists were sure that moonlight prompted naked mole rats to disperse and form new colonies. These experiments disprove that theory.
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New research with skulls upends ideas about who arrived in the Caribbean when. "We're going to have to reinterpret everything we thought we knew."
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Research finds that the first Caribbean islanders came straight from South America to the northern Caribbean, initially settling Cuba, Hispaniola, and Puerto Rico.
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