Build Back Greener: Climate Change & Humanitarian Response
Sembiring, Margareth; Cook, Alistair D. | August 2017
Humanitarian response traditionally provides relief and protection to a population affected by conflict or natural disaster. Environmental considerations and climate change adaptation however have yet to be fully integrated into humanitarian action frameworks.
CitationSembiring, Margareth; Cook, Alistair D.. 2017. Build Back Greener: Climate Change & Humanitarian Response. © S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/7564.
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Global climate change
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