The president promised to "immediately" create a pathway to citizenship for hundreds of thousands of environmentally displaced people living in the country.
The Institute of Economics and Peace put out new findings highlighting the relationship between climate change, political unrest, resource scarcity, and migration.
In 2019, Licypriya Kangujam from Manipur fought the heatwaves, rain and her own tears to hold a solo protest outside Delhi's parliament house. Today, she is one of the global icons fighting for climate justice.
A quarter of the world's population lives in areas where climate change could force them to move, potentially devastating communities and economies around the globe, says a new IPCC report.
The climate crisis has already created millions of invisible refugees and could create up to 1.5 billion more in the next 30 years. But under international law no country is obliged to take them in.
The hurricane survivors barred from coming to Florida won't be the last desperate people the government turns away.
California's Camp Fire has destroyed about 9,000 homes, creating climate refugees inside the state.
A new study charts how extreme weather events, like droughts and floods, drove a 19th century wave of German immigration to North America.
Producers Erik Osterholm and Alex Braverman describe the "holy shit" moments that informed their understanding of the devastating environmental and human tolls of climate change.
Ioane Teitiota and his family face deportation from New Zealand after its highest court ruled that the environmental threat of rising sea levels does not constitute grounds for refugee status.