Mariam Traore Chazalnoel on the climate-migration nexus

How are movements of people affected by climate change and the environment? How are or should migration and climate policy be interlinked?  Are there any misconceptions about the migration climate change nexus? Join us in this episode of ‘The Big Climate Movement’ to explore the linkages between climate change and migration.

In this packed episode, host Julie got the chance to talk with  Mariam Traore Chazalnoel, who works with the United Nations Migration Agency as an expert in migration, environment and climate change.

Listen now: The Big Climate Movement, Episode #4: The Climate Migration-nexus with Mariam Traore Chazalnoe

 

 

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In this Episode

Mariam Traore Chazalnoel is an Expert in migration, environment and climate change at the United Nations Migration Agency (IOM) in New York. She has been working on the climate-migration nexus since 2013, focusing on questions of global governance and policy development. Mariam has authored several papers and regularly speaks at conferences on this emerging theme.

Also see the IOM  Environmental Migration Portal: the knowledge platform on people on the move in a changing climate.

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