In this paper, we dissected the impact of environmentally relevant factors on climate refugees in Pakistan and Mongolia. The research methodology is analytical in nature, where mainly secondary data has been collected from secondary sources. Case studies are conducted from multiple data sources to understand the situation and challenges faced by climate refugees in different regions. The case studies use more than one form of data from different paradigms within the research paradigm. Still, we will explore the situation of climate refugees primarily through big data content. The analyses included the impact of climate factors, which demonstrates the effects of temperature, water issues, and demographic factors on climate refugees in Pakistan and Mongolia, leading them to migrate. The Pakistan and Mongolia regions face higher migration due to the negative effects of temperature, water issues, and demographic factors.
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