Poverty, gang violence, COVID-19 pandemic and devastation wrought by hurricanes are driving migration out of Honduras.
Increasingly, droughts, floods, and hurricanes are becoming a reason for people to leave their homes and even their countries. Last year, nearly half of the population in Honduras was affected by hurricanes. But the concept of climate refugees is not yet legally recognised by international law. So what’s left for migrants who are losing their jobs and homes to do in the face of climate change?
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