SKYBREAKER. Written By: Kenneth Oppel. PPT by: McKenzee Kell. Kenneth Oppel. Born August 31, 1967 Canadian Author Married with 3 children If he wasn’t a writer he wishes he could be a video game designer so he could still tell his stories. ( Oppel , FAQ). ( Oppel , FAQ). ( Oppel , FAQ).
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Written By: Kenneth Oppel
PPT by: McKenzee Kell
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"We live in constant fear of the adverse impacts of climate change. For a coral atoll nation, sea level rise and more severe weather events loom as a growing threat to our entire population. The threat is real and serious, and is of no difference to a slow and insidious form of terrorism against us." (Saufatu)
The countries facing the worst effects of climate change include Bangladesh, Kenya, Somalia, Yemen, Ethiopia, Chad and Rwanda — poor nations already struggling with scarcity and famine, and with very little ability to mitigate climate change, adapt to it, or even relocate. (Fletcher)
The IOM report said many future climate refugees will flee to other poor countries already suffering pressures from climate change and instability, such as Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Central America, and parts of west Africa and southeast Asia. (Fletcher)
Tuvalu made a plea to the Australian government as early as 2000 to accept its people if their island became uninhabitable. True international action must include a massive transfer of funds to countries to allow them to adapt and cope with climate change. (Fletcher)
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