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FEATURE: New CDKN research shows the reality of climate-induced migration in Bangladesh

Research from the University of Sussex and University of Dhaka provides the Government of Bangladesh with an accurate assessment of the facts and figures of this growing phenomenon.
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FEATURE: How to make climate migration a solution, not a problem

Climate-related displacement can cause social, economic and cultural problems, but voluntary migration can be a coping strategy for dealing with climate impacts, too. Megan Rowling reports from the online debate on climate change and migration held by CDKN and Alertnet.
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FEATURE: Migration and climate change

Sam Bickersteth, CDKN’s Chief Executive, recently spoke at the RGS/IBG Annual Conference on the issue of migration and climate change.
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FEATURE: Building evidence of climate change induced migration in Bangladesh

Dr Siddiqui reports on the process of conducting research on climate change induced migration in Bangladesh and the Unit’s policy advocacy to address large-scale CC-induced migration.
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PROJECT: Adaptation policy options and interventions for climate change induced displaced people of Bangladesh

Over the last decade a new term has entered the lexicon of policy makers and the media: climate change refugees or climate change induced forced displacement. The First Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC AR1) in 1990 noted that the greatest single impact of climate change might be on human displacement and migration.
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