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New factsheet on scenario planning

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New approaches and measures are needed in order to deal with migration, displacement and planned relocation in the context of climate change. Scenario planning is a method that involves a wide range of stakeholders and serves as a tool for developing a range of future scenarios based on multiple factors and influences.

Through its Global Programme Human Mobility in the Context of Climate Change GIZ has successfully applied scenario planning methods with its partners in the Caribbean, Pacific and the Philippines. A new factsheet provides an overview of the method and its application in the programme.

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