That's Right, Ladies and Gentlemen, Boys and Girls: "Climate Refugees."
So says Jane Harmon, CEO of the Woodrow Wilson Center.
And by the way, Jane Harmon, who is a woman, also says, "Women could hold . . . the keys to solving the climate challenge."
And so, for example, there's reportedly a woman in Indonesia who wants to save the trees.
"My people regard the Earth as the human body," "Mama" Aleta Baun of Indonesia is quoted as saying. "Stone is our bone. Water is our blood. Land is our flesh. Forest is our hair. If one of them is taken away, we are paralyzed."
For the national security of this woman and her people, they might not want this information to get out to potential enemies. Invaders might cut down a forest and paralyze a people's ability to defend itself.