Directly related to Deep Adaptation and Climate Change.

(we do not debate Climate Change, we assume it as 1st principle - preserving energy)

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https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2014/05/syria-climate-years-living-dangerously-symbolia/

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https://www.motherjones.com/politics/2014/05/syria-climate-years-living-dangerously-symbolia/

Recently in Greece

A doctor's story: inside the 'living hell' of Moria refugee camp

Moria migrants: Fire destroys Greek camp leaving 13,000 without shelter

How ironic that a "living hell" became so bad, it was set on fire... OMG, such a desperation!

Ylva Johansson, the EU home affairs commissioner, visited Lesbos and Samos on Monday to announce that the EU would provide €250m of funding (£213m) for five new structures on the islands of Lesbos, Samos, Chios, Kos and Leros.

“We have said it several times: continuing to clone and repackage the containment model is the best recipe for a catastrophe. It is time to demand dignified alternatives to camps and access to a fair and dignified asylum procedure, otherwise those seeking safety in Europe will continue to suffer.”

A new temporary camp was set up on the site of an old army firing range but tenders have been launched for new closed centres on Lesbos and the nearby island of Chios, which the government says will provide safer accommodation but which critics say risk becoming like prisons.

Building cities

"These are the cities of tomorrow," said Kleinschmidt of Europe's rapidly expanding refugee camps. "The average stay today in a camp is 17 years. That's a generation." "In the Middle East, we were building camps: storage facilities for people. But the refugees were building a city"