Migrations in our common home: Planning for change - Climate change and migration
Social Justice Ireland
Migration linked to climate change did not get the attention it deserves at COP27. The Global North must accept responsibility for its role in driving climate change and abide by their commitments made to schemes which address worsening conditions for those in the Global South – according to the Roundtable on Migration in Our Common Home. COP27 marks thirty years since the adoption of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. As the world grapples with the devastating consequences of intensifying climate change, this policy brief examines how climate change is impacting migration, displacement and food security. As COP27 draws to a close, this policy brief looks at the pledges made by Ireland, as well as Ireland’s obligations to Official Development Assistance (ODA) and Climate Finance and the compelling argument in favour of Loss and Damage funding made by the Global south for over three decades. As COP27 draws to a close, the Roundtable expresses its disappointment at the lack of ambition evident in Ireland’s response and the repackaging of previously announced, and inadequate, policies.
Policy briefing on Ireland's response to climate migration in the context of COP27
COP27 , Ireland , Climate , Migration
Balfe, K., O’Neill, R., Moriarty, D., McCarthy, J., McGeady, J., Curran, S., Kelly, A., Forde, G., Bennett, C., Healy, S., Devilly, S., Byrne, C., Barry, J., Cubie, D., Daniel, V. O. I. (2022) Migrations in our common home: Planning for change - Climate change and migration. Dublin: Social Justice Ireland. Available at: https://www.socialjustice.ie/publication/planning-change-climate-change-and-migration (Accessed: 8 February 2023)
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