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Climate change and displacement

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Climate change and migration: a CGE analysis for two large urban regions of Latin America
Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo / Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) 2016
Migration is one of the strategies used by populations to adapt to natural shocks and also to respond to economic policies. Climate change will probably have an impact on the productivity of factors and on the health of the population...
Using migration to develop resilience against climate change in Mauritius
International Organization for Migration 2015
Among the extreme weather occurrences in Mauritius, there are three that have directly impacted communities: tropical cyclones, flash floods and sea-level rise. Other related observed phenomena are droughts, landslides, forest...
Agenda for the protection of cross-border displaced persons in the context of disasters and climate change, volume 2
The Nansen Initiative 2015
Companion for volime of annexes to accompany Agenda for the protection of cross-border displaced persons in the context of disasters and climate change, volume 1. Annex I Regional Dynamics of Disaster-Related Human Mobi...
Agenda for the protection of cross-border displaced persons in the context of disasters and climate change, volume 1
The Nansen Initiative 2016
Forced displacement related to disasters, including the adverse effects of climate change (disaster displacement), is a reality and among the biggest humanitarian challenges facing States and the international community in the...
The Nansen Initiative
State-led consultative process to build consensus on a protection agenda addressing the needs of people displaced across borders in the context of disasters and the effects of climate change.
Gender, Age and Migration: An extended briefing
J. Birchall / BRIDGE 2016
In many parts of the world, migration has replaced fertility and mortality as the leading agent of demographic change. A person’s gender, age, religion, race, ethnicity, sexuality and health or disability shape every stage of the...
Environmentally-induced displacement and human security
B. Terminski (ed) / Social Science Research Network 2013
Every year, at least tens of millions of people on all continents are forced to leave their places of residence. The predominant cause is the occurrence of natural disasters, creating the most dynamic category of internal displacement...
Strengthening resilience and managing disaster risk in climate-induced migration in Asia and Pacific
Asian Development Bank 2011
Migration driven by environmental factors is emerging as a serious concern, one that demands urgent attention from decision makers. The current paper addresses this issue in the context of the Asian and Pacific countries. ...
Developmental investments in Pacific islands should be seen through the lens of climate change adaptation
Pacific Institute of Public Policy 2012
The understanding of the implications of climate change has broadened in recent years, covering a complex web of development and security issues. In the meanwhile, Pacific island countries remain on the frontline, vulnerable not only ...
Environmental hazards and short-lived natural disasters have significant implications for population mobility
B. Terminski / Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies 2012
The aim of the current paper is to demonstrate environmentally-induced displacement as an increasingly important category of population movement that represents a new set of challenges to the international community. The pa...
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Climate change and migration: a CGE analysis for two large urban regions of Latin America
Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo / Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) 2016
Migration is one of the strategies used by populations to adapt to natural shocks and also to respond to economic policies. Climate change will probably have an impact on the productivity of factors and on the health of the population...
Using migration to develop resilience against climate change in Mauritius
International Organization for Migration 2015
Among the extreme weather occurrences in Mauritius, there are three that have directly impacted communities: tropical cyclones, flash floods and sea-level rise. Other related observed phenomena are droughts, landslides, forest...
Agenda for the protection of cross-border displaced persons in the context of disasters and climate change, volume 2
The Nansen Initiative 2015
Companion for volime of annexes to accompany Agenda for the protection of cross-border displaced persons in the context of disasters and climate change, volume 1. Annex I Regional Dynamics of Disaster-Related Human Mobi...
Agenda for the protection of cross-border displaced persons in the context of disasters and climate change, volume 1
The Nansen Initiative 2016
Forced displacement related to disasters, including the adverse effects of climate change (disaster displacement), is a reality and among the biggest humanitarian challenges facing States and the international community in the...
Gender, Age and Migration: An extended briefing
J. Birchall / BRIDGE 2016
In many parts of the world, migration has replaced fertility and mortality as the leading agent of demographic change. A person’s gender, age, religion, race, ethnicity, sexuality and health or disability shape every stage of the...
Environmentally-induced displacement and human security
B. Terminski (ed) / Social Science Research Network 2013
Every year, at least tens of millions of people on all continents are forced to leave their places of residence. The predominant cause is the occurrence of natural disasters, creating the most dynamic category of internal displacement...
Strengthening resilience and managing disaster risk in climate-induced migration in Asia and Pacific
Asian Development Bank 2011
Migration driven by environmental factors is emerging as a serious concern, one that demands urgent attention from decision makers. The current paper addresses this issue in the context of the Asian and Pacific countries. ...
Developmental investments in Pacific islands should be seen through the lens of climate change adaptation
Pacific Institute of Public Policy 2012
The understanding of the implications of climate change has broadened in recent years, covering a complex web of development and security issues. In the meanwhile, Pacific island countries remain on the frontline, vulnerable not only ...
Environmental hazards and short-lived natural disasters have significant implications for population mobility
B. Terminski / Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies 2012
The aim of the current paper is to demonstrate environmentally-induced displacement as an increasingly important category of population movement that represents a new set of challenges to the international community. The pa...
To what extent does ecosystem degradation force people to migrate?
F. G. Renaud; O. Dun; K. Warner; J. Bogardi / Wiley Online Library 2011
Global environmental change is increasingly affecting ecosystems and the communities who rely on them. However, more work is needed to conceptualise and quantify migration responses to the impact of environmental change and degradatio...
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The Nansen Initiative
State-led consultative process to build consensus on a protection agenda addressing the needs of people displaced across borders in the context of disasters and the effects of climate change.
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