Climate-related hazards like floods, storms, and wildfires are already a major driver of global human mobility. In many parts of the world, climate change is increasing these impacts. The Climate Mobility Impacts dashboard by IOM's Global Data Institute (GDI) visualizes where hazard exposure, high population density, and economic vulnerability are projected to coincide in future. These data help identify climate-sensitive hotspots and develop effective anticipatory action to support at-risk communities worldwide.

This dashboard is based on a large ensemble of future global projections of six mobility-related climate hazards: heat waves, droughts, wildfires, river floods, tropical cyclones, and crop failures. These projections are available from a number of climate impact models, which each simulate certain weather-related physical processes, for different points in the future and for alternative climate scenarios (RCPs)