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Why the numbers don’t add up: A review of estimates and predictions of people displaced by environmental changes
Abstract Estimates and predictions of people displaced by environmental changes have been highly instrumental in the ever-increasing attention given to environmental migration in the media. Yet noExpand
Climate and security: evidence, emerging risks, and a new agenda
There are diverse linkages between climate change and security including risks of conflict, national security concerns, critical national infrastructure, geo-political rivalries and threats to humanExpand
Addressing the risk of maladaptation to climate change
This paper reviews the current theoretical scholarship on maladaptation and provides some specific case studies—in the Maldives, Ethiopia, South Africa, and Bangladesh—to advance the field byExpand
Preparing for Resettlement Associated with Climate Change
Mitigation and adaptation projects will lead to increased population displacement, calling for new research and attention to past lessons. Although there is agreement that climate change will resultExpand
Climate-induced population displacements in a 4°C+ world
  • F. Gemenne
  • Geography, Medicine
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A…
  • 13 January 2011
Massive population displacements are now regularly presented as one of the most dramatic possible consequences of climate change. Current forecasts and projections show that regions that would beExpand
A Country Made for Disasters: Environmental Vulnerability and Forced Migration in Bangladesh
There is a broad consensus amongst the scientific community that South Asia is amongst the regions most affected by climate change. According to the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)Expand
The Atlas of Environmental Migration
Research on the interactions between migration, environment and climate change has expanded considerably over the last decades. However, empirical literature and findings are dispersed and remainExpand