“Scientists and security agencies warn that hundreds of millions will become environmental refugees in coming decades, forced by climate change to flee their homes and communities in the face of food shortages, water scarcity, rising sea levels, and extreme weather events. Events like these can and do cause people to migrate in search of safety, but the impacts of climate change on global migration patterns will be felt on much larger scales and for more subtle reasons. The number of people who migrate voluntarily to seek job opportunities or to diversify household income sources will skyrocket as households adapt to the impacts of climate change specific to their home region. For those of us living in the potential destinations of these new migrants, the goal is not to prevent them from coming, but to innovate migration programs and policies that benefit sending and receiving areas alike.”
07 Nov 2014
http://www.ifrc.org/beneficiary-commu…Le mouvement Croix-Rouge Croissant-Rouge pense que les communautés ont besoin et méritent d’avoir des informations qui pourront améliorer leur vie future, avant et après un désastre. Dans leur v...
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Assessment or evaluation, Guidance material
16 Aug 2017
Disaster Resilience Scorecard for Cities A tool for disaster resilience planning. Resilience as defined by the Sendai Framework is the ability of a system, community or society exposed to hazards to resist, absorb, accommodate, adapt to, transform an...
Tags: Assessment or evaluation, Guidance material, Climate Change Adaptation, Earthquake, Flood, Resilience, Risk Assessment, Urban Risk Reduction
17 Dec 2014
Al afrontar la vulnerabilidad, son las propias comunidades las que tienen la capacidad de aportar un cambio significativo. Las organizaciones humanitarias y las comunidades colaboran cada vez más entre ellas para encontrar soluciones a los problemas...