24 May 2011

New Issue of International Migration

Following on from my post yesterday on "Climate Change and Migration," International Migration has published a supplement to its vol. 49 which focuses on "Environmentally-induced Migration in the Context of Social Vulnerability." As of this writing, all articles are freely available.

Contents include the following:

  • A Decision Framework for Environmentally Induced Migration
  • Multidimensional Re-creation of Vulnerabilities and Potential for Resilience in International Migration
  • The Thin Line Between Choice and Flight: Environment and Migration in Rural Benin
  • North-South Migration in Ghana: What Role for the Environment?
  • Economic or Environmental Migration? The Push Factors in Niger
  • Flooding and Relocation: The Zambezi River Valley in Mozambique
  • Western Sahara: Migration, Exile and Environment
  • Environmental Degradation and Migration on Hispaniola Island
  • Drought Triggered Temporary Migration in an East Indian Village
  • Migration and Displacement Triggered by Floods in the Mekong Delta
  • Contrasted Views on Environmental Change and Migration: the Case of Tuvaluan Migration to New Zealand
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