Climate Change and Migration PDF Book

Climate Change and Migration PDF, This study was led by Quentin Wodon (World Bank) and Andrea Liverani (World Bank, task manager), with support from George Joseph at the World Bank and Nathalie Bougnoux at the Agence Française de Développement.

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The implementation of the new household surveys and qualitative work in the five focus countries were led by Nicholas Burger and Audra Grant at Rand based on a survey questionnaire designed by George Joseph and Quentin Wodon.

Climate Change and Migration

Alex Kremer (World Bank) contributed to the initial development of the study, particularly from the methodological point of view. Franck Adoho (World Bank), Aditi Banerjee (World Bank), Brian Blankespoor (World Bank), Saliha Dobardzic (World Bank), Bonnie Ghosh-Dastidar (Rand), Sarah Cups (Rand), Minh Cong Nguyen (World Bank), Yashodhara Rana (Rand), Teague Ruder (Rand), and Olesya Tkacheva (Rand) contributed to various chapters.

Climate Change and Migration

The research was funded by a research program on Climate Change, Migration, and Food Security/Vulnerability, with one component of the program for the Middle East and North Africa Region led by Andrea Liverani, and the other for Sub-Saharan Africa led by Quentin Wodon.

Both components were funded by the Trust Fund for Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development. In addition, the Middle East and North Africa component benefited from substantial additional funding from the Agence Française de Développement, and from support from the Center for Mediterranean Integration.

The authors benefited from comments from many colleagues at the Agence Française de Développement, Rand, and the World Bank, as well as from participants at seminars and presentations given among others at the Center for Mediterranean Integration in Marseilles, the European Commission in Brussels, IDDRI-Sciences Po in Paris, the Institute for the Study of Labor in Bonn, the annual conference of the Society of Government Economists in Washington, DC, and the Human Development Forum of the World Bank also in Washington, DC.

Peer reviewers for the final report were Erick Fernandez, Robin Mearns, Sonia Plaza, and Emmanuel Skoufias. Overall guidance for the study was provided by Franck Bousquet, Sector Manager for Sustainable Development in the Middle East and North Africa Region at the World Bank, and Mats Karlsson, Director of the Center for Mediterranean Integration in Marseilles.

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