Migration and Security in the Age of Climate Change

Officials and aid providers rushed to support those impacted by Super Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines

In 2017, more people were displaced from their homes worldwide than ever before, including post-World War II. Already, studies have linked that surge of refugees to a changing climate. As the effects of climate change worsen, the numbers displaced could surge.

How will the world prepare for the anticipated influx of people on the move? What does that mean for the communities that hold them? And what security consequences could arise?

Join ASP on February 19th for a discussion on the future of climate change, migration, and security and how we can begin to build resiliency both from the ground up and top down.