Protecting climate migrants is imperative, but the discourse on the intersections of vulnerability with national and international development architecture is largely underdeveloped.
It is crucial to arrive at an analysis of the dynamic around how the global trade, finance, investments systems interacting with local institutions and power relations brought about a state of perpetual poverty and underdevelopment that render people more vulnerable and less capable to adapt to and rebuild from climate change.
Moderator: Natalie Lowrey, Yes to Life No To Mining Network
Ms. Glorene Das, Tenaganita
Ms. Lidy Nacpil
sian Peoples’ Movement on Debt and Development/ Global Campaign to Demand Climate Justice
Mr. Sonny Africa
IBON Foundation, Philippines
Dr. Doreen Stabinsky
College of the Atlantic, USA (via video conference)