Addressing climate change and migration in Asia and the Pacific

Addressing climate change and migration in Asia and the Pacific. Asian Development Bank, March 2012, 94 p.

http://beta.adb.org/sites/default/files/pub/2012/addressing-climate-change-migration.pdf

Description (source and copyright © ADB) :

Climate change will increase the frequency of extreme weather events, making more geographic places inhospitable to human habitation and secure livelihoods. This report presents a detailed picture of the potential impacts of climate change on migration in Asia and the Pacific. It draws upon a wealth of research to provide policy makers with informed analysis of an emerging phenomenon requiring urgent attention by governments and the international community. The report also suggests that climate-induced migration should be seen not only as a threat to human well-being but also as a potential tool to promote human adaptation to climate change.

Contents : 

  • Part I: Assessing the Evidence
    • Methodological Issues and Caveats
    • Migration Patterns
    • Climate Change Impacts
    • How Climate Change Will Affect Migration
  • Part II: Addressing the Issue
    • Framing Climate-Induced Migration in a Development Agenda
    • Strengthening Adaptation Through Migration
    • Improving the Knowledge Base
    • International Cooperation
    • Funding Climate-Induced Migration
    • Recommendations
    • Conclusion
  • Bibliography


Citer ce billet
Danièle Revel (2012, 19 mars). Addressing climate change and migration in Asia and the Pacific. Veille énergie climat. Consulté le 1 mars 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/o9kt

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