IFRC's report 'Cost of doing nothing' - focus on humanitarian cost on climate change

'Cost of doing nothing' is the report of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies on the humanitarian cost on climate change. This report claimed that by 2050, 200 million people could need humanitarian aid due to untimely climate changes. Flood, storms and droughts to raise demand for aid. Since 1970, the bird population has been down by 29% in which most of the species are very common.