Did US Govt Ignore Its Own Evidence Of Climate Change Impacts On Migration From Central America?

24 Sep 2019 by Local Press Report
NEW YORK NY

Research compiled one year ago by Customs and Border Protection pointed to an overwhelming factor driving record-setting migration to the U.S. from Guatemala: Crop shortages were leaving rural Guatemalans, especially in the country's western highlands, in extreme poverty and starving. An internal report that was circulated to senior Homeland Security officials showed that migration surged from those areas of Guatemala without reliable subsistence farming or wages from commercial farming jobs.

Source: NBC News

Source: NBC News