Human mobility in the context of environmental impacts has been gaining increasing attention. Our blog series ‘Under the Weather, On the Move’ seeks to demystify climate migration by exploring some of its key aspects, intersectional variations, and policy angles.
Climate migration is complex and can have numerous contextually determined outcomes. How different individuals or groups experience multiple risks and respond to them is also not uniform, as it is largely determined by their adaptive capacities, which vary considerably.
In this first article, we discuss how climate migration can be broadly defined.