Climate Displacement Forum Webinar Series - Part 4

Migration & Receiving Communities

Climate models predict that tens of millions of people will be displaced from coastal areas alone by 2100 in the U.S. Additional climate impacts may lead to an even greater number of displaced people, all leading to migration at local, regional, national, or international scales. As climate-related migration increases, receiving communities must consider effective policies for population increases and changes. This webinar will center a discussion on climate migration impacts and considerations for receiving communities. 


David Flores, Center for Progressive Reform


Mathew Hauer, Center for Demography and Population Health, Florida State University 

Dr. Fernando Rivera, University of Central Florida

Dr. Kim Mosby, Louisiana State University Coastal Sustainability Studio

The Climate Displacement Forum is a 5-part webinar series hosted by the National Adaptation Forum and EcoAdapt that will take an interconnected look at climate displacement pressures along with approaches to prevent displacement or adapt by exploring migration, current managed retreat and relocation strategies, equity implications, and policy considerations.

Register for the series and attend any or all of the sessions.

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11 a.m. Oct. 29, 2020