The Climate and Migration Coalition

Protecting people who move due to the impacts of climate change

We are an organisation concerned with the rights and welfare of anyone who moves due to the impacts of climate change. Find out more. 

What we believe

Climate change will re-shape patterns of migration and displacement. Everyone has the right to move safely and legally. We believe in everyone’s right to move as a way of coping with the worst impacts of climate change. 

What we do

We fight for humane and empowering policies that will protect people who move due to the impacts of climate change. 

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The issues: getting started

Find out how climate change is re-shaping migration and displacement – and what this means for people across the world.

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Climate, migration, neoliberalism

The lecture sketches out a history of neoliberalism, and then looks at how the culmination of this political thinking is reflected in the policies that are being created to address climate change and migration.

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Images on this page

Zaatri refugee camp. EC / ECHO / Dina Baslan. From Flickr. (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Kenya, beans. Neil Palmer  / CIAT. From Flickr.

Malekula Island, Vanuatu. Tom Perry / World Bank. From Flickr. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

Iraqi children look out at the sunset over the Bamarne informal camp for Internally Displaced Persons, in northern Iraq. Andrew McConnell/Panos for DFID. From Flickr. (CC BY-NC 2.0)

Island and boat. Global Environment Facility / Pacific-IWRM. From Flickr. (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

The Ganges Delta. From NASA 

Bangladesh. Adnan Islam. From Wikimedia Commons.  Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic

Teafuafou island on the approach into Funfauti atoll, Tuvalu. From Flickr. (CC BY-NC 2.0)

Families returning to their communities following the flooding in Pakistan.DFID / Russell Watkins. From Flickr. (CC BY 2.0)