Environmental Refugees? A tale of two resettlement projects in coastal Papua New Guinea

@article{Connell2017EnvironmentalRA,
  title={Environmental Refugees? A tale of two resettlement projects in coastal Papua New Guinea},
  author={J. Connell and N. Lutkehaus},
  journal={Australian Geographer},
  year={2017},
  volume={48},
  pages={79 - 95}
}
ABSTRACT Environmental change in small islands may be associated with migration as a means of adaptation. Both Manam and the Carteret Islands in Papua New Guinea (PNG) have experienced rapid- and slow-onset changes, respectively. These have been accompanied by the forced migration and ‘temporary’ resettlement of the Manam population and attempts at resettlement by Carteret Islanders. Neither has proved successful, thwarted by ‘host’ landowners, the impossibility of gaining adequate access to… Expand
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