Climate resilience encompasses a multitude of dimensions, perspectives, and insights. Resilient people and livelihoods, resilient economies, and resilient natural systems are vital pieces of a larger puzzle that must be solved if humanity is to move toward a brighter future
Climate risk and climate-induced loss and damage pose severe threats to Sri Lanka's agriculture sector and its rural population. Under the project "Multi-Actor Partnership on Climate and Disaster Risk Financing and Preparedness in the Context of the InsuResilience Global Partnership," SLYCAN Trust is engaging with key actors and stakeholders to conduct research and build capacities for risk management, risk transfer, and risk finance. This discussion brief provides a summary of some findings from this process.
Increasingly, climate change has become an underlying driver of human mobility that shapes and alters existing movement patterns or opens up new movement corridors around the world. This briefing note examines the extent to which the different dimensions of human mobility - migration, disaster displacement, and planned relocation - have been integrated into the revised, updated, and newly submitted Nationally Determined Contributions under the Paris Agreement.