The paper explores the contours of risks posed by climate change and discusses the migration response bias of individuals and the corresponding policy responses to ease insecurities arising from climate-induced migration. It posits that in framing the policy response, it is deemed important to respect the shape and size of the risks.
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The paper provides an assessment of ASEAN Countries as potential employment destinations of overseas Filipino workers. The paper examines the structures, policies and systems of the ASEAN countries to enable successful OFW’s ability to integrate in the ASEAN-member countries’ labor market.
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The paper focuses on the existing renewable energy industries in the country such as geothermal, solar, biomass, hyrdropower and wind energy. It discusses the characteristics of each source , its economic and employment contributions, its production process and how it contributes to environmental protection and mitigation of climate change.
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The paper aims to contribute to the Department of Labor and Employment’s climate change narratives by determining the greening practices of selected establishments in the local tourism sector. Increasing the understanding of the challenges and opportunities associated with the green shift in the sector will ultimately aid the government toward designing appropriate interventions in response to climate change.
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The paper provides an assessment of countries in the Middle East as potential employment destinations of overseas Filipino workers. The paper examines the structures, policies and systems of countries in the Middle East to facilitate successful OFW’s ability to integrate in two counties’ labor market.
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