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Global warming could drive millions more Mexicans into the United States in search of work by 2080 due to diminishing crop yields in Mexico, a study released Monday showed.
"Depending on the warming scenarios used and adaptation levels assumed... climate change is estimated to induce 1.4 to 6.7 million adult Mexicans (or two percent to 10 percent of the current population aged 15-65 years) to emigrate as a result of declines in agricultural productivity alone," the study said.
Originally posted by ~Lucidity
reply to post by Wide Vision 2010
I thought that was the plan too...that's why this sort of threw me for a loop. Some people are already moving TO Mexico. I guess their grand kids and great-grand kids will just move back.