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Climate Change-induced Migration in Bangladesh: Realizing the Migration Process, Human Security and Sustainable Development

Author : Bahauddin K.M | 2016
Published By: United Nations

The impact of climate change induced migration (CCM) on sustainable development and achieving of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is still an emerging and relatively unexplored issue. In the recent years, migration increase due to natural disasters has received a lot of attention both from the media and the political world. In the short-term, the main challenge related to displacement caused by natural disasters is humanitarian; in the longterm, policy makers have to guarantee a sustainable future to the populations affected (Banerjee, S, 2014). At the same time, millions of people are displaced by slow-onset environmental degradation.

URL : https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/content/documents/1014764_Bahauddin_Climate%20Change-induced%20Migration%20in%20Bangladesh_Realizing%20the%20Migration%20Process_Human%20Security%20and%20Sustaina

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