Chapter 20: Relocation and climate migration
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The best response to climate change is migration. The focus of this paper is on economic migrants and refugees. These groups of people move from place to place either in search of better life or to seek safety in the face of hostile conditions which might have caused them to lose their jobs and accommodation among others. Hence, they are exposed to living in unfamiliar environments and sometimes end up in becoming refugees. Consequently, how they would be relocated and begin afresh to regain all they have lost in relation to accommodation, education, job opportunities and health care insurance were considered in this paper. It was suggested that Governments and well-meaning individual should make provisions for their reabsorption into the society. Phenomenological method of research was used for the purpose of this study.

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