November 27th-28th, 2010
Being the most important problem of all living-beings on the planet, global warming remains ahead of us. The ongoing climate crisis has been deepening.
Droughts caused by global warming, dreadful floods caused by hurricanes, water pollution, erosion and the devastating effects of envrionmental disasters created by the neo-liberal attack have been displacing thousands of people. The International Organization for Migration declares that the number of people displaced due to climate issues has reached to 200 million.
Climate change leave farmers, who nourish and clothe people, in despair and forces them to migrate to cities.