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Involuntary Migration

The World Economic Forum's - Global Risks Report for 2016 predicts that there will be a lot of impacts to migration of people in the coming years due to involuntary migrant. Involuntary migration is defined as migration with the risk of environmental or economic instability. Climate change is a major focus on how the environment is going to produce refugees. A large portion of the world’s population is urban and coastal, so the impacts of environmental events will drive major migration, especially in those cities where support systems are already insufficient.

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