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The UK Climate Change and Migration Coalition is an alliance of refugee, human rights, development and environmental organisations. We believe the rights of affected communities must be central to the discussion of how this issue is addressed. We want to make the voices of affected communities and civil society central to the debate.

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    Research Round Up: common but differentiated capabilities

    Research Round Up: common but differentiated capabilities

    Righting Climate Wrongs by Empowering Vulnerable Communities Joshua D. McBee Climate change is unfairly burden poorer countries and wealthy countries that have contributed the most tend to...
    Research Round Up: To migrate or not to migrate that is the question-a case study from West Africa

    Research Round Up: To migrate or not to migrate that is the question-a case study from West Africa

    The Impact of Vulnerability and Resilience to Environmental Changes on Mobility Patterns in West Africa Caroline Zickgraf, Sara Vigil, Florence de Longueville, Pierre Ozer, François Gemenne Migration...
    Syria and climate change: did the media get it right?

    Syria and climate change: did the media get it right?

    ​ In 2015 the media exploded with stories about the link between climate change and the violence in Syria. But did they get it right? This digital...
    Research Round Up: Using mobile data to understand climate-induced migration patterns

    Research Round Up: Using mobile data to understand climate-induced migration patterns

    Unveiling hidden migration and mobility patterns in climate stressed regions: A longitudinal study of six million anonymous mobile phone users in Bangladesh Xin Lu, David J. Wrathall, Pål...
    Research Round Up: Wealth Migration- one possible solution to social injustice and climate change

    Research Round Up: Wealth Migration- one possible solution to social injustice and climate change

    Redistribution as social justice within the intersection of global governance and climate change mitigation Andrew M. Fischer Climate change mitigation must be accompanied by a genuine redistribution of benefits...
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