Climate Displacement

today October 21, 2021my_locationIN PRESENZA


Climate change is the defining crisis of our time and disaster displacement one of its most devastating consequences. Entire populations are already suffering the impacts, but vulnerable people living in some of the most fragile and conflict-affected countries are often disproportionately affected.


Opening Greetings: Filippo Celata, Professor of Economic and Political Geography, Governing Council of the Italian Geographical Society

Giuseppe Mistretta, Director for Sub-saharian Africa, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation

Laurence Hart, Director, Coordination Office for the Mediterranean, IOM

Massimo Pronio, Head of Communication,  Representation of the European Commission in Italy

Viviane Clement, Senior Climate Change Specialist, author report “Groundswell Part 2: Acting on Internal Climate Migration”, World Bank (on line)

Musonda Mumba, Director Rome Centre for Sustainable Development Nature, Climate and Energy

Lorenzo Orioli, Environment Office, AICS – Italian Agency for Development Cooperation

Chair: Alfonso Giordano, Professor of Geopolitics, Population and Sustainability, Unicusano and LUISS Guido Carli

Begin October 21, 2021 H 10:30 am
End October 21, 2021 H 12:00 pm
Address Società Geografica Italiana - Via della Navicella, 12, Roma
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