Refugee Camps Can Wreak Enormous Environmental Damages: Should Source Countries Be Liable for Them?
While it may seem that much of the world has been locked down during the past pandemic year, more than 80 million people are currently on the move – unwillingly.
Facing conflict in Syria, human rights violations in Myanmar and violence in Eritrea, among other hot spots, refugees are trying to relocate to North America and Western Europe, or at least to neighboring countries.
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Hammer, Leonard and Ahmed, Saleh. (2021). "Refugee Camps Can Wreak Enormous Environmental Damages: Should Source Countries Be Liable for Them?". The Conversation, .