Policy Analysis

Eating the Dry Season: Labour mobility as a coping strategy for climate change

By Oli Brown on June 29, 2007
In this commentary, Oli Brown notes that the international regulation of labour migration, adaptation to climate change and capacity building in vulnerable countries are inherently intertwined. Clearly, he writes, there has to be a balance of policies that promotes the incentives for workers to stay in their home countries while not closing the door on international labour mobility.