This Topic Guide provided by Evidence on Demand (EoD) with the assistance of the UK Department for International Development (DFID), discusses why humanitarians should care about environment and climate change. It examines complex, multi-faceted relationship between climate change, environment and humanitarian action. It describes ‘entry points’ at which the environment–climate–humanitarian action relationship can be most effectively acted upon, and provides strategies for doing so. It also provides information on topics of concern in a humanitarian response, such as water, sanitation, shelter, food, energy, debris, livelihoods and many other topics.
Consult the Topic Guide here.