As the United Nations’ Climate Change Conference (COP28) begins in Dubai today, where is Afghanistan?
Tune in to virtual convenings or attend events we are hosting in person at the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28), at the Expo City, Dubai.
The Climate Displaced Persons Act would ensure a robust commitment by the U.S. government to global climate resilience.
What are the implications of sidelining countries like Afghanistan in international climate negotiations? And what are the subsequent impacts on migration and displacement?
The international community can no longer afford to eschew the needs of the communities that are most affected by climate change.
States are making progress in planning their responses to climate change, particularly through NAPs; yet, refugees and IDPs are still being overlooked.
Humanitarian action is urgently needed in Libya.
The Biden administration must use the tools it already has to bring many vulnerable populations impacted by climate disaster to safety.
As disasters like Cyclone Freddy become more frequent, countries like Malawi need to look closer to home for timely and effective humanitarian support.
The international community must respond to climate change and related migration.