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The Tempest of Exodus The Case of Climate Change-Bangladesh

The Tempest of Exodus The Case of Climate Change-Bangladesh

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The Tempest of Exodus The Case of Climate Change-induced Displacement in Bangladesh and International Negotiations

The Tempest of Exodus The Case of Climate Change-induced Displacement in Bangladesh and International Negotiations

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 The Tempest of Exodus
 The Case of Climate Change-induced Displacement inBangladesh and International Negotiations
 
 
 The Tempest of Exodus The Case of Climate Change-induced Displacement in Bangladesh and InternationalNegotiations Acknowledgement
 This research
 
is an output of Climate Change, Biodiversity and DRR Unit of the UnnayanOnneshan, a multidisciplinary research organisation based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The technicalpaper is prepared by 
 
Rashed Al Mahmud Titumir, Md. Humayain Kabir and Mohammed  Abdul Baten 
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This paper is formatted by 
Shahid Md. Adnan and A.Z.M Saleh
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© Copyright 2012:
Unnayan Onneshan The content of this publication may be reproduced for non-commercial purposes with propercitation (please send output to the address mentioned below). Any other form of reproduction,storage in a retrieval system or transmission by any means for commercial purposes, requirespermission from the Unnayan Onneshan.
For orders and request please contact:
Unnayan Onneshan-(a centre for research and action on development)16/2, Indira Road, Farmgate,Dhaka - 1215, Bangladesh Tel:+8802 8158274,9110636; Fax:+8802 8159135  Web:www.unnayan.org 
 Discussion PaperDraft version for comments and discussion
 
 
 TABLE OF CONTENTSEXECUTIVE SUMMARY 
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1. INTRODUCTION
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2. CLIMATE CHANGE INDUCED MIGRATION: THEORETICALDISCOURSE VERSUS REALITY 
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3. STATUS OF CLIMATE CHANGE INDUCED MIGRATION INBANGLADESH3.1 Flood3.2 Cyclone3.3 River Bank Erosion3.4 Drought
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4. PROJECTION OF DISPLACED PEOPLE IN BANGLADESH
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5. POLICY RESPONSE FOR CLIMATE MIGRATION INBANGLADESH
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6. INTERNATIONAL POLICY RESPONSE TO CLIMATE MIGRANTS 
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7. RECOMMENDATIONS
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REFERENCES
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