Climate Migration Projects and Workshops
ASAP is Advancing Climate Migration Practice and Research
ASAP is here to support adaptation professionals' thinking about how climate migration impacts their work. As communities, ecosystems, and economies are pummelled by worsening climate disasters, the world is opening its eyes to an unavoidable consequence: human migration. But migration isn't just a consequence of climate change. Migration is also a strategy for adapting to climate impacts; planning in advance for changing demographic conditions is too.
ASAP projects rely on the connection and collaboration amongst a robust group of adaptation professionals, applied researchers, and end-users across sectors and regions. Our current network of project participants includes demographers, climatologists, local, state, and tribal government staff, and industry representatives.
News from ASAP
- May 25, 2021 - ASAP Receives Climate Change Business Journal Business Achievement Award
- May 17, 2021 - Exploring Climate Migration in the Great Lakes
- May 19, 2021- Making Moves on Climate Migration and Managed Retreat
- November 9, 2020 - Announcing the New York State Climate Migration Modeling Accelerator
- August 15, 2019 - Piloting Adaptation & Resilience Programs in the Great Lakes Region
Climate Migration Resources From ASAP
- Climate Migration Workshop: Preparing Receiving Communities
- Pushed, Pulled, or Stranded? Invisible Housing Immobility in the Climate Migration Conversation
- COVID-Induced Migration and Potential Climate Destinations in New York State
- Temperature-Related Migration and the Great Lakes Region
- Methodologies for Anticipating Climate In-Migration in New York State: Policy Summary
- Typologies of Perspectives, Needs and Challenges of Climate In-Migration to the Great Lakes Region
Thank you to our Project Supporters
NYSERDA works with stakeholders throughout New York including residents, business owners, developers, community leaders, local government officials, university researchers, utility representatives, investors, and entrepreneurs. NYSERDA partners with them to develop, invest, and foster the conditions that attract the private sector capital investment needed to expand New York’s clean energy economy, overcome barriers to using clean energy at a large-scale in New York, and enable New York’s communities and residents to benefit from energy efficiency and renewable energy.
GLISA is one of eleven RISAs, which comprise a national network of centers focused on adaptation to climate change and variability. GLISA integrates information from a wide array of scientific fields, develops collaborations between entities with similar goals, and helps inform decision-makers throughout the region with sound science. GLISA offers a unique approach to building climate literacy, long-term sustainability, and facilitating smart decision making across the eight Great Lakes states and the province of Ontario.