In the recent debate, the relationship between the studies of population move-ments caused by climate change or produced by environmental reasons, has ac-quired a renewed centrality within the political and media world and has been the subject of careful analysis by the world scientific. In this work, we intend to focus attention on the fact that the decision to migrate is, very often, conditioned by var-ious factors, such as personal, economic, relationship factors and that the envi-ronmental and climatic aspects can, therefore, be yes. The direct cause of the phe-nomenon, but they can also determine it indirectly, affecting other factors. With this work, therefore, we intend not only to highlight a very current problem, but to demonstrate that also the climatic-environmental aspects, together with other var-iables, can play a role in determining important population movements.
Keywords: migration; environment; climate; poverty; inequalities; policy.