chapter  9
ByKhaled Hassine
Pages 19

This chapter describes the global consultative process and the bottom-up approach that led to the formulation and adoption of the Peninsula principles do not only ensure the appropriateness of this framework in dealing with future and present situations of climate displacement in that the Peninsula principles address the needs of those affected; they also ensure acceptability and ultimately implementation of the provisions. With the Peninsula principles, the various standards that are also applicable to situations of climate displacement are now consolidated into one normative document as a global minimum proprium. The consultative process spanned several years and includes preparatory work and developments on the ground, mobilization and advocacy, and then seamlessly integrated them into a global consultative process involving researchers and experts as well as governments. The chapter addresses the implementation of modus operandi as well as the main actors and concludes by providing an overview of some of the specific elements of the implementation portfolio.