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Natural Disasters, Forced migration and population growth in 21st century in India


  • Lokanath Suar


The impact of drought, floods, severe weather and other effects of climate change may worsen in the future, contributing to growing human migration as vulnerable people seek safer more stable living conditions. This expected migration of thousands of people can negatively affect human well-being and political status. The paper presents the effect and its management. Key words: natural disasters, forced migration, population growth

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  • Lokanath Suar, 2013. "Natural Disasters, Forced migration and population growth in 21st century in India," Working papers 2013-5-13, Voice of Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:vor:issues:2013-5-13

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