Seeking an International Climate Displacement Agreement

septembre 11, 2017

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It’s great to have you back for episode three of the Policy Corner Podcast!

In this episode we have Alina Bill-Weilandt and Delia Roling, who share their thoughts on climate displacement and why there is currently a gap in international law when it comes to recognizing the protection needs of those displaced by the effects of climate change. We also talk about possible approaches to the problem and how the 2016 Paris Climate Agreement could serve as a blueprint for an international climate displacement agreement.

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This episode was recorded on September 5th, 2017.

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