BY: CONNOR BRIAN
Extreme challenges await for environmental migrants as a direct result of climate change. The United Nations estimates that by 2050 the earth will have to come face to face with 200 million environmental refugees. Families will lose their farmland and subsistence. For them, movement will become a fundamental part of being human as they attempt to resettle in unfamiliar lands, carrying only the amenities from home which they can fit in their two hands.