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Título Disentangling Migration and Climate Change [electronic resource] : Methodologies, Political Discourses and Human Rights / edited by Thomas Faist, Jeanette Schade.

Publicación Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 2013.
Descripción física XIX, 259 p. online resource.
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Colección Springer eBooks. Earth and Environmental Science
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Contiene: 1. Introduction: The climate-migration nexus: A reorientation -- Part one: Methodologies and Methods -- 2. Migration and climate change: Toward an integrated assessment of sensitivity -- 3. How demographic change and migration influence community-level adaptation to climate change: Examples from rural eastern Ontario and Nunavut, Canada -- 4. A methodology for assessing patterns of labour migration in mountain communities exposed to water hazards -- 5. Which household characteristics help mitigate the effects of extreme weather events? Evidence from the 1998 floods in Bangladesh -- Part two: Areas of concern: Politics and human rights -- 6. Defining environmental migration in the climate change era: Problem, consequence or solution? -- 7. Challenges and pitfalls of resettlement - Pacific experiences -- 8. Climate change and planned relocation: Risks and a proposal for safeguards -- 9. Disasters, displacement and protection: Challenges, shortcomings and ways forward -- Conclusion -- 10. Entitlements, capabilities and human rights -- Annex -- Index.
Resumen: This book addresses environmental and climate change induced migration from the vantage point of migration studies, offering a broad spectrum of approaches for considering the environment/climate/migration nexus. Research on the subject is still frequently narrowed down to climate change vulnerability and the environmental push factor. The book establishes the interconnections between societal and environmental vulnerability, and migration and capability, allowing appreciation of migration in the frame of climate as a case of spatial and social mobility, that is, as a strategy of persons and groups to deal with a grossly unequal distribution of life chances across the world. In their introduction, the editors fan out the current debate and state the need to transcend predominantly policy-oriented approaches to migration. The first section of the volume focuses on ́썥thodologies and Methodśnd presents very distinct approaches to think climate induced migration. Subsequent chapters explore the sensitivity of existing migration flows to climate change in Ghana and Bangladesh, the complex relationship between migration, demographic change and coping capacities in Canada, methodological challenges of a household survey on the significance of migration and remittances for adaptation in the Hindu Kush region and an econometric study of the aftermath of the 1998 floods in Bangladesh. The second part, ́쁲eas of Concern: Politics and Human Rightśdeepens the analysis of discourses as well as of the implications of proposed and implemented policies. Contributors discuss such topics as environmental migration as a multi-causal problem, climate migration as a consequence in an alarmist discourse and climate migration as a solution. A study of an integrated relocation program in Papua New Guinea is followed by chapters on the promise and the flaws of planned relocation policy, global policy on protection of environmental migrants including both internally displaced peoples and those who cross international borders. A concluding chapter places human agency at centre stage and explores the interplay between human rights, capability and migration.
Materia Environment.
Climate change.
Political science.
Human rights.
Emigration and immigration.
Human geography.
Environment.
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Climate Change.
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Climate Change Management and Policy.
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Migration.
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Human Rights.
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Human Geography.
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Political Science.
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Autor secundario Faist, Thomas., editor.
Schade, Jeanette., editor.
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OTRO SOPORTE Printed edition: 9789400762077
ISBN 9789400762084 978-94-007-6208-4
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-94-007-6208-4 doi