Raashee Abhilashi

Raashee Abhilashi
Slow onset climate-induced disasters leaving migrants at greater risk of human trafficking
People in India fleeing disasters like drought more likely to have experienced trafficking or modern slavery than those fleeing floods or cyclones Posted on 10 Jul, 2022 06:30 PM

People migrating to escape slow onset climate disasters like drought are two and a half times more likely to experience trafficking or modern slavery than those people fleeing rapid onset disasters like floods or cyclones, according to new research conducted in two states in India by IIED.

The country's climate change assessment suggests things are only going to get worse (Image: Saurav Karmakar, India Water Portal Flickr)
Planning ahead: How the CRISP-M tool advances early climate action
A mobile and web-based tool that has the potential to increase communities’ resilience to climate change Posted on 24 Jan, 2022 07:45 PM

A new digital tool combining scientific climate risk information with local and traditional knowledge is helping communities in India manage climate risks more effectively.

After a successful pilot, the CRISP-M tool is planned to roll out in two districts and seven states in India (Image: CRISP-M animation)