This timeline shows how the IPCC AR6 claim of 700 million climate-displaced Africans by 2030 came into being. The story started almost twenty years ago as two completely independent estimates – one global (700 million by 2050) and one concerning Africa (250 million by the 2020s). The former estimate seems to be especially widely cited, e.g. in the 2019 IPBES report. Emphases added. 2004 – 2007 Every year, some 15 million people are forced out of their homes to make way for dams, ...

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