The Newest Push Factor: Climate Change and Migration

As climate disasters become more frequent and more severe, they are driving migration across the globe. From wildfires and droughts to earthquakes and flooding, natural disasters caused by climate change increasingly pose risks to the lives and well-being of millions. Understanding how this “push factor” influences global migration presents an opportunity for an intersectional approach to climate justice and immigrant rights. In this session, learn about the cutting-edge work happening at the intersection of these movements, and walk away with practical ideas for how philanthropy can help grow this work.

Date & Time: 
Thursday, May 12, 2022 -
10:15am to 11:45am CDT