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Sarah Bermeo, Kerilyn Schewel discuss climate-related migration and adaptation funding on CSIS podcast

The professors joined guest host Noam Unger for an episode of the Building the Future podcast.

Sarah Bermeo, associate professor of public policy in the Sanford School of Public Policy, and Kerilyn Schewel, lecturing fellow at the Duke Center for International Development, joined guest host Noam Unger for the April 3 episode of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) podcast "Building the Future: Freedom, Prosperity & Foreign Policy with Dan Runde."

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Kerilyn Schewel and Sarah Bermeo
Kerilyn Schewel (left) and Sarah Bermeo

Bermeo and Schewel, co-directors of the Duke Program on Climate-Related Migration, drew on their research in Central America and Ethiopia to discuss the effect of climate on migration, forecast models, adaptation funding, and aid allocation.

Listen to the podcast episode "Climate-Related Migration and Adaptation Funding."