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Climate Change and Migration In Developing Countries: Evidence and Implications

Author : Maria Waldinger, Sam Fankhauser | 2016
Published By: Pathways to Resilience in Semi-arid Economies (PRISE)

The empirical evidence shows that people in developing countries are likely to respond to climatic change by migrating internally. There is less evidence on the relationship between climate change and international migration. The effect of climate change on migration depends crucially on socio-economic, political, and institutional conditions. These conditions affect both vulnerability to climate change and how important climate change is in determining migration decisions.

URL : http://prise.odi.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/Climate-change-and-migration-in-developing-countries3.pdf

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