Scenes From Climate Migration In Senegal, Morocco and Spain : Consider This from NPR For over a year, we've been working on a series of stories on climate migration that spans thousands of miles and multiple continents.

Our team of journalists saw firsthand how climate change is making places like Senegal less habitable. They saw how that's pushing some people to places like Morocco, where they cross international borders in search of a better life. And how that migration is driving a rise in far-right politics in wealthier countries, like Spain.

We're pulling back the curtain with a conversation about some of the moments that will stick with them, to give you a sense of life in the places they visited and take you across the world through your ears.

Hear and read the rest of our series on climate migration and the far-right.

In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.

Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

Pulling Back The Curtain On Our Climate Migration Reporting

Pulling Back The Curtain On Our Climate Migration Reporting

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Guet N'dar, Senegal (October 7, 2022) - Homes and a school have been destroyed by rising seas on Guet N'Dar. Ricci Shryock for NPR hide caption

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Guet N'dar, Senegal (October 7, 2022) - Homes and a school have been destroyed by rising seas on Guet N'Dar.

Ricci Shryock for NPR

For over a year, we've been working on a series of stories on climate migration that spans thousands of miles and multiple continents.

Our team of journalists saw firsthand how climate change is making places like Senegal less habitable. They saw how that's pushing some people to places like Morocco, where they cross international borders in search of a better life. And how that migration is driving a rise in far-right politics in wealthier countries, like Spain.

We're pulling back the curtain with a conversation about some of the moments that will stick with them, to give you a sense of life in the places they visited and take you across the world through your ears.

Hear and read the rest of our series on climate migration and the far-right.

In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.

Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

This episode was produced by Connor Donevan, Matt Ozug, Miguel Macias, Noah Caldwell and Mallika Seshadri. It was edited by Sami Yenigun, Sarah Handel and Matt Ozug. Our executive producer is Sami Yenigun.