What Legal Options for Environmental and Climate-Displaced People under the Italian Protection System? Complementary protection on humanitarian grounds v. ad hoc regimes

Blog post by Francesco Negozio, PhD Candidate in Public, Comparative, and International Law at Sapienza University of Rome, UNHCR designated Expert in International Protection and Human Rights at the Territorial Commission for the Recognition of International Protection of Rome, and RLI Research Affiliate (francesco.negozio@uniroma1.it).

This post is partially adapted from a comparative analysis published in the current issue of the Quarterly on Refugee Problems – AWR Bulletin.