Haiti a prototype for the future of world Environmental migration

Our country of Haiti is being used as an example of what the world will likely look like by 2015 and it is not a good picture. Considered to be one of the world's most endangered places in the world in term of environment, Haiti is giving the entire world a glance of the future with climate change and global warming. As a result of climate change and deforestation, farmland in Haiti countryside has been reduced in their capacity; consequently, this has led to massive emigration into urban areas, a wave of internal migration from rural to urban areas. Ultimately, his has caused the development of slums areas.


In Port-au-Prince, more than 50 percent of the residents were born somewhere else. It continues to be the destination to thousands of people every year caused by environmental migration. The scientists suggest that what Haiti is going through currently will be the case in many more developing countries. It is estimated by by 2050, one in 45 people in the world will be an environmental migrant

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