Launching the Duke Program on Climate-Related Migration: Transdisciplinary Research Informing Policy Solutions
The Duke Program on Climate-Related Migration (PCRM) will draw on the transdisciplinary strength of Duke to provide rigorous, multi-method research that informs policy solutions and engages in fact-based public discourse on the past, present, and future of the links between climate change, adaptation, and human mobility. This panel brings together expertise from the natural and social sciences to answer questions related to the multi-dimensional aspects of the links between climate change and migration, and to discuss broader implications for societies and for the crafting of effective policies. The program is launching in coordination with the Duke Center for International Development (DCID) with support from the Duke Office of Global Affairs. It will be co-directed by Sarah Bermeo and Kerilyn Schewel.
Light food and drinks at the bar will be served.
Associate Professor of Public Policy and Political Science, Sanford School of Public Policy
Lecturing Fellow, Duke Center for International Development
Senior Researcher, International Migration Institute
Professor of Environmental Policy and Public Policy, Nicholas School of the Environment
Professor of Environmental Policy, Duke Kunshan University
Nicholas Distinguished Professor of Earth Science, Nicholas School of the Environment