Migrations internationales et stratégies de développement dans un contexte d’incertitude climatique en zones semi-arides du Sénégal

This policy brief looks at the role and place of financial and non-financial migrant transfers in mitigating the effects and shocks related to climate risks in semi-arid regions of Senegal. The research highlights the significant role migration can play as a buffer against economic shocks induced by climate vulnerability.

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Les envois des migrants : un levier important pour un développement résilient aux changements climatiques dans les zones semi-arides du Sénégal

This French-language policy brief reviews the main lessons and recommendations of PRISE project 2 work on ‘Migration, remittances, adaptation and resilience in arid and semi-arid regions of Senegal and Tajikistan,’ including exploring the links between migration, migrant remittances and climate change resilience in Senegal.

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Unlocking climate-resilient economic development in drylands: pathways to a resilient world

In this submission to the Talanoa Dialogue, PRISE puts forward the view that alongside discussions on increasing global mitigation ambition, the dialogue should also focus on enhancing adaptation and building resilience worldwide, while supporting economic transformation that is climate resilient.

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‘Leaving no one behind’ through enabling climate-resilient economic development in dryland regions

‘Leave no one behind’ is a principle central to achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This policy briefing puts forward the view that public policies and investments by national governments and development partners that recognise the seasonality, mobility and informality of dryland economies as strengths, and create an enabling environment for private actors in these regions, hold real potential to spur progress towards achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, Leave No one Behind and the global goals on climate adaptation.

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Supporting private adaptation to climate change in semi-arid lands in developing countries

This synthesis policy brief distils broad lessons from PRISE about the kinds of policies, institutions and other public investments that can support adaptation and climate-resilient development across a broad range of private actors.

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Subjective approaches to measuring resilience

This policy brief is based on a study that is the first to test how well subjective resilience (SR) measures can predict future well-being.

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