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Climate change means mass migration. We can make it fair and rehome millions, says author Gaia Vince

A third of people expect they will be displaced in the next 25 years due to climate change, according to a survey by Ipsos. Image: Unsplash/CHUTTERSNAP

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More than a third expect it’s likely they will be displaced in the next 25 years, due to climate change. Image: Ipsos/World Economic Forum

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The number of forcibly displaced people has doubled over the past decade. Image: UNHCR Global Trends Report 2021

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