This report contextualizes the migration-environment nexus in Namibia, mapping an overview of the country's current situation and analyzing existing policy frameworks in order to provide reccomendations for adaptation strategies in the face of climate change.

Since 2000, IOM has been producing world migration reports. This World Migration Report 2018, the ninth in the world migration report series is meant to better contribute to increase the understanding of current and strategic migration issues throughout the world.

In the framework of the European Union–funded Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Evidence for Policy (MECLEP) project, this report presents the findings of the household survey and qualitative interviews conducted in Kenya.

South Asia, comprising eight countries including Bangladesh, Maldives and Nepal, is affected by a range of natural disasters including floods, glacial lake outburst floods, storm surges, droughts, cyclones and heavy precipitation. These disasters take a huge toll as they displace thousands of people every year.

In the framework of the European Union–funded Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Evidence for Policy (MECLEP) project, this report presents the findings of the household survey conducted in Viet Nam.

The aim of this assessment report is twofold, such that it: maps the migration– environment nexus in Kenya by looking at human mobility due to environmental change; and examines existing policy and legal frameworks and offers guidance in mainstreaming migration in Kenya’s national planning of different sectors and at different levels.

As the environment, climate change and migration complex nexus is drawing increasing attention in the contemporary international agenda, The State of Environmental Migration 2014: Review of the Year 2013 is the fourth of the annual publication, with a specific focus on the year 2013 and aiming to enhance understanding on natural disasters, sudde

Despite the growing awareness of the nexus between climate change and migration the subject has not been explored empirically in a way that generates conclusive results.