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The processing tent erected next door to the Hope Hostel accommodation in Kigali, Rwanda where migrants from the UK are expected to be taken when they arrive | Photo: Victoria Jones / PA Wire / picture alliance
A woman wades through clogged tidal water after the cyclone Sitrang in Kalapara, Bangladesh on October 25, 2022 | Photo: Munir Uz Zaman/ AFP
From file: Afghans with their belongings cross into Pakistan on September 7, 2021 | Photo: Saeed Ali Achakzai/Reuters
From file: The ongoing war in Ukraine is becoming a cause of human trafficking as criminal gangs exploit uprooted people, the UN has said | Photo: AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda
People affected by floods moves to higher grounds in Naushahro Feroze District, Sindh province, Pakistan, 15 October 2022 | Photo: EPA/REHAN KHAN
People walk on a waterlogged street in Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, on Oct. 24, 2022. Most parts of Bangladesh is witnessing gusty winds and heavy rain over cyclone Sitrang that is heading towards the South Asian country's vast coastline | Photo: Salim/Xinhua/picture alliance
Droughts and other weather-related disasters will presumably lead to a rise in the number of 'environmental migrants'
Vulnerable sections of the population such as pregnant women and children are particularly affected by the floods | Photo: Muhammad Sajjad /AP/picture alliance
A Bangladeshi child plays at a climate refugees shelter center in Sadarghat, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 15 February 2020 | Photo: EPA/MONIRUL ALAM
Northeastern Syria is experiencing its worst drought in nearly 70 years, with rising temperatures and erratic weather exacerbated by tensions with Turkey | Photo: Daniela Sala/DW
Environmental activists participating in a protest on the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow | Photo: Robert Perry / EPA
Displaced people eating at the accommodation center in Tica, Mozambique, after their villages had been flooded due to the passage of Cyclone Eloise, in Nhamatanda district, central Mozambique | Photo: ARCHIVE / EPA / ANDRE CATUEIRA