Displaced Afghan families return to destruction and hunger in Helmand
Economic collapse and drought mean that tens of thousands of displaced Afghans who have returned home are facing severe hunger this winter.
UNHCR regrets loss of life in the Aegean Sea, with at least 31 dead and more missing
Refugees fight fires to preserve Mauritania's environment
Malian refugees and local Mauritanians are fighting wildfires as part of wider efforts to stem the impacts of climate change on an increasingly fragile environment.
Refugees count their losses as floods destroy camp in Sudan
Months after opening, Alganaa refugee camp in Sudan's White Nile State has been submerged by flood waters, leaving 35,000 South Sudanese refugees in need of urgent assistance.
UNHCR: World must turn COP26 words into action for forcibly displaced and stateless people
UNHCR: Conflict, violence, climate change drove displacement higher in first half of 2021
Dwindling rains in northern Cameroon spark conflict and displacement
The worst intercommunal fighting ever seen in Cameroon's Far North Region was triggered by attempts to adapt to climate change.
In Honduras, climate change is one more factor sparking displacement
With hurricanes and other extreme weather events becoming ever more powerful and frequent, increasing numbers of people in gang-wracked Honduras are having to flee their homes.
Climate change is an emergency for everyone, everywhere
A devastating convergence of conflict and climate change is driving displacement and making life even more precarious for those forced to flee.