This is the first of a series of 10 webinars exploring how climate change will reshape migration.
In this introductory session, we’ll look at three testimonies from Mexico, the Philippines and Pakistan. Each tells a different story, and each allows us to look at a different kind of human movement driven by climate change. We’ll reflect on the context of each of these testimonies and use them to jump into wider issues surrounding climate-linked migration.
Small and medium-sized enterprises face many competing pressures – so how can we encourage owners and managers to engage with the issue, and re-position their businesses for a lower carbon future?
Join us at this lunchtime webinar for practical advice on communicating more effectively with (and within) SMEs using a proven, values-based approach. Over the last two years a team of researchers and communication specialists working on the ‘Growing Greener’ project have been talking with the sector about this challenge.
This free session will be led by our Senior Researcher Chris Shaw.
This is the second of a series of 10 webinars exploring how climate change will reshape migration.
This lecture provides grounding in both climate change and migration. These are two vital building blocks in our exploration of how climate change is reshaping migration. We’ll delve into the history of climate change and explore some key episodes of human migration in history.
This is the third of a series of 10 webinars exploring how climate change will reshape migration.
This session delves into the research methods we have for examining climate-linked migration. We’ll then explore what this evidence tells us about current migration linked to climate change, and finally how we can attempt predictions about the future.