The study pinpoints a particular area and time period where climate change had a profound impact: countries affected by the Arab Spring between 2010 and 2012.
A Venezuelan migrant rests next to a Christmas tree at an improvised camp near a bus terminal in Bogota, Colombia.
In the final hours of COP24, human rights activists lament that nations still consider human rights a bargaining chip in climate negotiations.
In the Brazilian state of Roraima, newcomers arrive every day by car, bus, and bicycle.
In many ways, 2018 is the year of the refugee. At United States borders, Mediterranean shores, and Asian cities, millions are fleeing war, hunger, and persecution in search of safety and shelter. And scientists believe things will only get worse due to climate change.
To help animals navigate our fast-paced highway systems nature conservationists have started building infrastructure designed specifically for critters.
Marine researchers are hoping to uncover what is drawing the sharks to an open stretch of ocean in the Pacific known as "White Shark Cafe."
Refugees from Tchomia in the Democratic Republic of Congo arrive on boat at the Nsonga landing site on April 9th, 2018, in Nsonga, Uganda.
Researchers are hoping to discover new travel routes of the Pacific humpback by utilizing a robot that monitors their unique means of long-distance communication.
Migrants from across Asia and Africa are crossing oceans to travel perilous routes in Latin America toward the U.S. and Canada.
The 2017 MacArthur Genius Fellowship recipient's interdisciplinary work on the Bay of Bengal teaches us that movement and migration are central forces in the making of Asian—and global—history.
The severity and speed with which the current crisis is escalating threatens to make it the worst flare-up of mass migration the country has seen in decades.
Volunteering at a refugee crossing.
Reynosa, Mexico: Fresh footprints of migrants dot the bed of a dried pond just south of Mission, Texas, near the Rio Grande.
A meticulous new book examines the growing market for passports—and what that means for the way we think about citizenship and belonging.
Birds consider wind patterns when they choose how to fly south for the winter, a new study finds.
Experts say climate change will be a growing driver of global migration like the Syrian exodus into Europe.
With a focus on why people leave, we ignore at least half of the migration story.