White House Wants Easier Path for ‘Climate Migrants’: Climate Security Reports

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With the United Nations’ Glasgow clime league conscionable weeks away, connected Oct. 21 respective national agencies simultaneously released 4 caller analyses connected the nationalist information implications of climate change—including a report from the White House connected clime alteration and migration stating that individuals citing clime alteration “may, successful constricted instances, person valid claims for exile status” successful the United States.

That White House study goes connected to authorities that nationals from a overseas authorities tin beryllium granted Temporary Protected Status (TPS) connected the ground of “climate-related factors,” aboriginal recommending that Congress see relaxing TPS requirements and making it easier for TPS recipients to use for imperishable status.

That study besides recommends Congress measure the anticipation of further extortion “for individuals who tin found that they are fleeing serious, credible threats to their beingness oregon carnal integrity arsenic a effect of clime change.”

In addition, it recommends that the United States standard up its investments related to clime migration done backing to USAID and the UN, among different entities.

The study comes arsenic the National Security Council creates a caller interagency moving radical focused connected the transportation betwixt clime alteration and migration.

“Given that climate-induced upwind extremes volition turn successful severity successful unexpected ways, this moving radical volition supply a venue for processing semipermanent strategies accordant with the evolving technological knowing of clime impacts, specified arsenic those communicated done the Intergovernmental Panel connected Climate Change and the U.S. National Climate Assessment,” writes the White House successful its Fact Sheet connected the caller reports.

The White House study was released concurrently with 3 different reports, which travel up connected President Biden’s enforcement orders connected clime change, including E.O. 14013, “Executive Order connected Rebuilding and Enhancing Programs to Resettle Refugees and Planning for the Impact of Climate Change connected Migration.”

One comes from the Office of Director of National Intelligence (DNI) Avril Haines, which released a National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) connected Climate Change.

Representing the statement presumption of the DNI and seventeen different quality agencies, the study claims that clime alteration volition effect successful galore outcomes that endanger U.S. nationalist information interests, including by heightening water-related conflict, driving cross-border migration, and spurring contention for captious minerals with China.

“China and India volition play captious roles successful determining the trajectory of somesthesia rise,” the study states.

It besides outlines respective events that would change its assessment, including large-scale geoengineering to “dim the planet” and induce planetary cooling, breakthroughs successful atomic fusion, and subject incursions by China oregon different countries successful the thawing Arctic.

Another study comes from the Department of Defense, which released an unclassified mentation of its Climate Risk Analysis.

That study omitted region-level analyses of climate-related hazards applicable to DoD’s planetary operations, which it stated were “Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI).”

Finally, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released its Strategic Framework for Addressing Climate Change.

“An influx of climate-related migration done the U.S.-Mexico borderline and climate-induced existential threats to Arctic communities and Alaska Native civilization volition accelerate and necessitate our proactive actions to negociate aboriginal borderline crises and imaginable relocation of internally-displaced populations,” states that report.

Nathan Worcester


Nathan Worcester is an biology newsman astatine The Epoch Times.