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climate change and refugees © UNHCR/ Saiful Huq Omi


his nationality, and is unable to, or owing to such fear, is unwilling to avail himself of the protection of that country.”


José Riera, Senior Advisor in


UNHCR’s Division of International Protection, responded to the case, telling the UN News Centre in July 2014, “In the case of cross-border movement, we’re looking at a gaping legal hole,” he said. “The truth is there is no one agency in the system because no one could have imagined this situation 60 years ago. But there are massive protection challenges raised by climate and environment- related and


migration, planned relocation.” added, “We need States to at


come to an agreement that [climate change-related displacement]


is a


phenomenon that has to be dealt with, and also for them to come up with the solutions.” «


displacement Riera least


“THE PEOPLE AT HOME FACE CONFLICT AND FAMINE. THEY ARE STARVING. IF WE COULD GO BACK, WE WOULD HAVE ONLY DRY LAND AND DEATH TO GREET US.”


Pastoralist from Somalia, Shedr Camp, Ethiopia


UNHCR / 15


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