Environmental Change and Human Mobility: Reducing Vulnerability and Increasing Resilience

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Vulnerability and resilience in households define the extent to which environmental change causes movement as well as the types of mobility that occur. Vulnerable households benefit from increased resilience – for example through facilitated remittances transfers - and information about expected changes in the environment.







The Effects of Climate Change on the Full Enjoyment of Human Rights

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This paper is provided to the Climate Vulnerable Forum in response to the invitation of its chair, the Philippines, to provide input on the potential implications for human rights endangerment of the current 2.0° C goal, and the difference between a 2.0° goal and a 1.5° C goal with respect to outcomes for human rights.