Climate Change

Flooding is predicted to displace 50 million people a year by 2100. What's being done?

A man helps a woman through a flooded neighbourhood in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth, in Pemba, Mozambique, April 28, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings  TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RC1672267310

River flooding is predicted to displace 50 million people a year by 2100. Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

Megan Rowling
Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation
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Change in frequency of flood displacement events in 2045-2095 compared with 1996-2045. Image: IPCC
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