International Seminar: Day 1 Session 3 & Session 4

VODCAST - 23 April 2014 Wittgenstein Centre/IUSSP


This vodcast from the joint Wittgenstein Centre/IUSSP International Seminar entitled "Demographic Differential Vulnerability to Natural Disasters in the Context of Climate Change Adaptation" includes session 3 on "Differential risk perceptions and coping strategies" and session 4 on "Migration as coping and adaptation strategies" from the first day.

Session 3: Differential risk perceptions and coping strategies
Chair: Thanyaporn Chankrajang

1. Jacqueline Meijer-Irons
Who perceives what? A demographic analysis of environmental risk perception in rural Thailand (minute 0:00-28:16)

2. Chandrashekhar and Bornali Dutta
Livelihood strategies in response to drought and its socio-economic determinants in Andhra Pradesh, India (minute 28:16-56:55)

3. Joan Urquiola, Leonardo  Florece, Juan Pulhin,  Victoria Espaldon
Social vulnerability and adaptation to climate variability and extremes at northern Barangays of Puerto Princesa city, Philippines (minute 56:55-1:24:40)

Session 4: Migration as coping and adaptation strategies

Chair: Susana Adamo

1. Charles Teller, Teshome Desta, Dula Etana, Yordanos Seifu
Migratory patterns and differential vulnerability as adaptation to climate variability: Case studies of rural youth outmigration in Ethiopia (minute 1:25:00-1:58:01)

2. Caroline Zickgraf, Nathalie Perrin, François Gemenne 
Assessing how demographic differentials affect migration patterns under extreme climate scenarios (minute 1:58:08-2:11:06)


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