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    Title: 氣候變遷對移民之影響 : 兼論對臺灣之啟示
    Other Titles: The impact of climate change on migration and its inspiration to Taiwan
    Authors: 鄭宗仁;Cheng, Tsung-Jen
    Contributors: 淡江大學國際事務與戰略研究所碩士在職專班
    Keywords: 氣候變遷;遷徙;臺灣;移民;氣候難民;Climate Change;Migration;immigration;Climate Refugee
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:41:15 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 人口為國家基本要素之一,其組成、素質、分布、發展及遷徙等面向,關係國家之發展與社會福祉。越來越多的證據及研究顯示,今後的全球氣候變遷可能越來越嚴重,而氣候變遷將如何影響人口移動,將是個人生命與國家社會安全之嚴肅課題。
    Population is one of the basic elements of country. Its composition, quality, distribution, development and migration, affect the development of state and social welfare. More and more evidence and research shows that in the near future, global climate change may be more serious so that the Influence of how climate change to population movement, will be an important issue for individual safety and national and social security.
    The study first describes the phenomenon of climate change and its major effects to the earth, such as the rice of temperature and sea level. It then compares the main phenomena and impact of climate change to Taiwan. Secondly, it will talk about the world''s major trends and motivation of migration while discuss the situation of climate refugees. The paper will also discuss current and past examples on climate change to migration.
    Finally, analysis and consideration on climate change will be a major challenge for Policymakers to develop and adjust strategies or policies of migration.
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