News: Climate Change Drives Migration

(Inter Press Service) September 9, 2010 – MEXICO CITY, “We planted our seeds, but the earth is no longer productive. We’ve had too much rain, even more than last year, and the harvest was ruined,” says Ermelinda Santiago of the Me’phaa indigenous people, who like everyone else in the village of Francisco I. Madero has […]

Interview: Eurasylum's Monthly Interview on Climate Change and Migration: the Latest Evidence

Eurasylum ( has just released its new monthly policy interview, featuring Ms. Margareta cheap pharmacy Wahlström, Special lose weight calories Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Disaster Risk Reduction. The interview is on: “Climate change and migration: the latest evidence”. The interview can be accessed here.

Event: Nansen Conference on Climate Change and Displacement in the 21st Century

The Nansen Conference on Climate Change and Displacement in the 21st Century will convene in Oslo, Norway from Monday, June 6 to Tuesday, June 7, 2011. The meeting is hosted by the Ministry of the Environment and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. This conference will focus on vulnerability, resilience and capacity for adaptation of communities […]

New Project: Policy Options to Support Climate-Induced Migration

(The Asian Development Bank) The ADB is taking a leadership role in helping Asia ang the Pacific to mitigate the causes – and adapt to the consequences – of climate change.  As part of this ongoing effort, ADB is undertaking the first international project designed to generate policy options for addressing climate-induced migration. Contributing to […]

Live Online Discussion: Assessing the Impact of a Changing Climate on Human Displacement

Wednesday, 9 February at 15.00 Manila/Beijing time (14.00 in Jakarta, 12.30 in Delhi) ( Climate-induced migration is receiving more and more attention. In the past year alone, millions of people in Asia and Australia have been displaced by severe weather events linked to climate change, some temporarily and others permanently, giving an indication of what […]

Article: Climate Migrants and the IOM at Cancun Conference on Climate Change

(McGill editorial by Benoît Mayer) January 21, 2011 – The 16th Conference of the Parties (COP16) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) (Cancun, 29 November – 10 December) has reflected a growing concern of the international community for migrations induced by climate change, which is going to affect hundreds of millions […]