27 July 2017

Thematic Focus: Climate Change & Disasters

After the Flood: Uncertain Future for Global Climate Refugees (Raise the Hammer, July 2017) [text]

Climate Change and Disaster Displacement: An Overview of UNHCR's Role (UNHCR, 2017) [text]

Climate Change Refugees: "What’s in a Name?" (Camden Conference, April 2017) [text]
- Second-place essay contest winner at recent Camden Conference.

Evidencing the Impacts of the Humanitarian Crisis in Southern Madagascar on Migration, and the Multisectorial Linkages That Drought-induced Migration Has on the Other Sectors of Concern (IOM, July2017) [text]

Extreme Heat and Migration (IOM, July 2017) [text]

*Is Syria Really a ‘Climate War’? We Examined the Links Between Drought, Migration and Conflict (The Conversation, July 2017) [text]

Journal of Human Rights and the Environment, vol. 8, no. 1 (March 2017) [contents]
- Special issue on "Climate, Justice and Displacement: Reflections on Law, Policy and the Future of Human Rights in the Climate Crisis." The introduction and first article on "Soft Law, Migration and Climate Change Governance" are freely available.

Risk-related Resettlement and Relocation in Urban Areas (Climate & Development Knowledge Network, July 2017) [text]

"Running in Quicksand: Environmental Change, Migration, and the Policy Imperatives," Development, Latest Articles, 13 July 2017 [free full-text]

A Toolbox: Planning Relocations to Protect People from Disasters and Environmental Change (Georgetown Univ., UNHCR & IOM, July 2017) [text]
- Note: Referenced a draft version of this in the last climate change post.

UNHCR and Climate Change, Disasters, and Displacement (UNHCR, 2017) [text]
- "The purpose of this report is to provide recommendations to UNHCR on its future institutional strategy on displacement in the context of disasters and climate change, identifying key areas of focus for the short, medium, and long term." Written by Guy S Goodwin-Gill & Jane McAdam.


Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Climate Change & Disasters (28 June 2017)

Tagged Publications.

No comments: