The Times of India: "Climate refugees need legal protection and more support from rich economies"

Aug 28, 2021

In this article for The Times of India, Model International Mobility Convention (MIMC) Senior Fellow Michael W. Doyle discusses the legal lacunae surrounding people impacted by a changing climateand how to fill that gap. Drawing on the work of MIMC, he notes, "we need a law that takes into account the changes we will experience and the numbers we will see—these could run into millions."

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