This volume is the third of an annual series, which aims to provide the reader with regularly-updated assessments on the changing nature and dynamics of environmental migration throughout the world. The idea for it stemmed from the course 'Environment and Migration', taught at the Paris School of International Affairs (PSIA) of Sciences Po. The course, which is thought to be the first of its kind in the world, examines the complex relationship between environmental change and migration flows. The best of these papers have been selected and edited, and are presented in this volume. Most of them constitute the first detailed analyses of the migration flows that were induced by some of the most dramatic events of 2012, paving the way for future scholarly works.
PART 1 - FLIGHTS AND EVACUATIONS
Hurricane Sandy in New York and New Jersey: evacuation, displacement and adaptation
Typhoon Bopha and people displacements in the Philippines
Cyclon Evan in Samoa
Assam and the Brahmaputra: recurrent flooding and internal displacement
PART 2 - MOBILITY, RESETTLEMENT
Desertification and drought-related migrations in the Sahel: the cases of Mali and Burkina Faso
Drought and internal displacements of pastoralists in Northern Kenya in 2012: an assessment
The Fukushima evacuees' return
Dam-induced migration in the Mekong Region
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