Climate change, livelihoods and health inequities : (Record no. 7278)

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International Standard Book Number 9781784311766 (pbk.)
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Original cataloging agency Indian Institute for Human Settlements-Bangalore
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Edition number 23
Classification number 363.7387430954 SAN
Item number 007456
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Personal name Santha, Sunil D.
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Title Climate change, livelihoods and health inequities :
Remainder of title the vulnerability of migrant workers in Indian cities /
Statement of responsibility, etc Sunil D. Santha and [5 others].
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Place of publication, distribution, etc London :
Name of publisher, distributor, etc IIED,
Date of publication, distribution, etc 2015.
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Extent 62 p. :
Other physical details color illustrations ;
Dimensions 30 cm
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Media type term (R) unmediated
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Series statement Asian Cities Climate Resilience working paper series ;
Volume number/sequential designation 16, 2015.
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Summary, etc This paper examines the adaptation strategies of migrant workers to diverse livelihood risks and uncertainties in Indian cities. This research was part of a larger study that examined the vulnerability contexts of migrant workers to climate change and health inequities in three cities: Kochi, Surat and Mumbai. The findings of this paper are inferred from data collected through qualitative interviews from 45 migrant workers in the three cities. Insights are provided on the following adaptation strategies: mobility; livelihood diversification; risk pooling; asset conservation, storage and enhancement; self-remedy; market exchange; structural adaptation; and informal entrepreneurship. This paper asserts that informal entrepreneurship could be poised as a successful adaptation strategy. Such a framework also provides an opportunity to develop a framework that blends agency-based adaptation with a socio-ecological system perspective.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Climate change adaptation.
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Topical term or geographic name as entry element Urbanization
General subdivision Health aspects
Geographic subdivision India.
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          Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore Indian Institute for Human Settlements, Bangalore 2015-09-22 363.7387430954 SAN 007456 007456 2015-09-22 2015-09-22 Working Paper
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