International Migration, Vol. 49(Supplement s1) 2011 Environmentally Induced Migration in the Context of Social Vulnerability

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International Migration is a refereed bimonthly review of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on current migration issues as analysed by demographers, economists, and sociologists all over the world. The journal is edited at Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM) and published and distributed by Blackwell Publishing. The editors at ISIM are responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

Table of contents: 
  • Introduction by Koko Warner and Tamer Afifi
  • A Decision Framework for Environmentally Induced Migration by Fabrice G. Renaud, Olivia Dun, Koko Warner and Janos Bogardi
  • Multidimensional Re-creation of Vulnerabilities and Potential for Resilience in International Migration by Alex Julca
  • The Thin Line Between Choice and Flight: Environment and Migration in Rural Benin by Martin Doevenspeck
  • North-South Migration in Ghana: What Role for the Environment?by Kees van der Geest
  • Economic or Environmental Migration? The Push Factors in Nigerby Tamer Afifi
  • Flooding and Relocation: The Zambezi River Valley in Mozambiqueby Marc Stal
  • Western Sahara: Migration, Exile and Environment by Oscar Alvarez Gila, Ana Ugalde Zaratiegui and Virginia López De Maturana Diéguez
  • Environmental Degradation and Migration on Hispaniola Island by Stefan Alscher
  • Drought Triggered Temporary Migration in an East Indian Villageby Sebastian Jülich
  • Migration and Displacement Triggered by Floods in the Mekong Delta by Olivia Dun
  • Contrasted Views on Environmental Change and Migration: the Case of Tuvaluan Migration to New Zealand by Shawn Shen and François Gemenne


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