Climate change, migration and displacement


The direct influence of climate change on human mobility is unclear. Yet in international processes, climate change and disaster risk reduction are increasingly referring to the links between the two – and these linked are not always grounded in evidence.

But to achieve the coordinated, significant policy or legislative change required, these links must be grounded in evidence.  This report presents an overview of the current evidence base on the complex relationships between climate change and human mobility. It aims to support the development of an informed global discourse across the humanitarian, peace and sustainable development agendas and as a counter to some of the sensationalist claims often propagated by the media.

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