Legal analysis and research in the Pacific on admission and stay in disaster and climate change contexts
The Platform on Disaster Displacement (PDD), under the Pacific Response to Disaster Displacement (PRDD) project,…
16 January 2014 – Megan Rowling, Thomson Reuters Foundation
The phrase “climate migrants” tends to conjure up images of people forced from their homes by storms, floods, drought or sea-level rise. Often they are living in shacks in city slums, earning a pittance from a roadside stall, labouring on a construction site or even selling their bodies.