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CLIMATE INDUCED DISPLACEMENT IN BANGLADESH THROUGH THE LENS OF ‘LOSS AND DAMAGE’

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This article looks at the economic and non-economic ‘‘loss and damage’ (L&D) of communities in Bangladesh experiencing climate induced displacement. Highlighting the potential of the innovative Climate Resilient Migrant Friendly Towns project, developed by ICCCAD, to provide durable solutions to climate IDPs, the authors make the case that L&D funding should prioritize people displaced by climate and the host communities that take them in.

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Originally this Article was published on May 2, 2023 at Researching Internal Displacement Website.

About The Authors

Savio Rousseau Rozario is Program Coordinator for the Locally Led Adaptation (LLA) Program at the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD).

Madiha Chowdhury is Senior Research Officer at the International Centre for Climate Change and Development (ICCCAD).

 

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