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Climate Change Causing People To Flee To The U.S.

Climate Change Causing People To Flee To The U.S.

According to CNN, one of the many factors that leads families to seek asylum as refugees in the United States is climate change.

The "dry corridor" of Central America, which includes parts of Honduras, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua, has been hit with an unusual drought for the last five years.

Crops are failing.

Starvation is lurking.

More than two million people in the region are at risk for hunger, according to an August report from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization.

Crops are failing.

Starvation is lurking.

More than two million people in the region are at risk for hunger, according to an August report from the UN Food and Agriculture Organization.

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