Climate Change Solutions and Environmental Migration The Injustice of Maladaptation and the Gendered 'Silent Offset' Economy
Communities Surviving Migration Village Governance, Environment and Cultural Survival in Indigenous Mexico
Facilitating the Resettlement and Rights of Climate Refugees An Argument for Developing Existing Principles and Practices
Climate Refugees Beyond the Legal Impasse?
By Anna Ginty
April 21, 2021
This book lifts the taboo on maladaptation, a different driver of environmentally induced migration, which shines a light on the negative consequences arising from the solutions to climate change, adaptation and mitigation policies. Through a systematic analysis and critique of existing mitigation ...
Edited By James P. Robson, Dan Klooster, Jorge Hernández-Díaz
November 01, 2018
Out-migration might decrease the pressure of population on the environment, but what happens to the communities that manage the local environment when they are weakened by the absence of their members? In an era where community-based natural resource management has emerged as a key hope for ...
By Avidan Kent, Simon Behrman
April 05, 2018
One of the most significant impacts of climate change is migration. Yet, to date, climate-induced migrants are falling within what has been defined by some as a ‘protection gap’. This book addresses this issue, first by identifying precisely where the gap exists, by reviewing the relevant legal ...
Edited By Simon Behrman, Avidan Kent
February 07, 2018
Current estimates of the numbers of people who will be forced from their homes as a result of climate change by the middle of the century range from 50 to 200 million. Therefore, even the most optimistic projections envisage a crisis of migration that will dwarf any we have seen so far. And yet ...
By Victoria van der Land
October 23, 2017
The West African Sahel is predicted to be heavily affected by climate change in the future. Slow-onset environmental changes, such as increasing rainfall variability and rising temperature, are presumed to worsen the livelihood conditions and to increase the out-migration from the affected regions....
Edited By Dimitra Manou, Andrew Baldwin, Dug Cubie, Anja Mihr, Teresa Thorp
May 11, 2017
Climate Change already having serious impacts on the lives of millions of people across the world. These impacts are not only ecological, but also social, economic and legal. Among the most significant of such impacts is climate change-induced migration. The implications of this on human rights ...