Edited by Benoît Mayer and François Crépeau
This comprehensive Research Handbook provides an overview of the debates on how the law does, and could, relate to migration exacerbated by climate change. It contains conceptual chapters on the relationship between climate change, migration and the law, as well as doctrinal and prospective discussions regarding legal developments in different domestic contexts and in international governance.
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- Research Handbook on Climate Change, Migration and the Law
- Chapter 1: Introduction
- Chapter 2: Climate-related migration and its linkages to vulnerability, adaptation, and socioeconomic inequality: evidence from recent examples
- Chapter 3: ‘Climate-induced migration’: ways forward in the face of an intrinsically equivocal concept
- Chapter 4: Representation and misrepresentation of climate migrants
- Chapter 5: The inadequacy of international refugee law in response to environmental migration
- Chapter 6: The relevance of the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement for the climate change-migration nexus
- Chapter 7: Climate change, human rights and migration: a legal analysis of challenges and opportunities
- Chapter 8: Indigenous peoples, climate migration and international human rights law in Africa, with reflections on the relevance of the Kampala Convention
- Chapter 9: International climate change law perspectives
- Chapter 10: Displacement due to responses to climate change: the role of a rights-based approach
- Chapter 11: Climate change, migration and the law of state responsibility
- Chapter 12: Regional responses to climate change and migration in Latin America
- Chapter 13: Organizational perspectives: International Organization for Migration’s role and perspectives on climate change, migration and the law
- Chapter 14: Organizational perspective from the International Labour Organization
- Chapter 15: Engaging the media on climate-linked migration
- Chapter 16: Ethical duties to climate migrants
- Chapter 17: When climate-induced migration meets loss and damage: a weakening agenda-setting process?
- Chapter 18: The refugees of the Anthropocene
- Chapter 19: Towards a global governance system to protect climate migrants: taking stock
- Chapter 20: Towards a climate change displacement facility
- Chapter 21: Towards an extension of complementary protection?
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Chapter 1: Introduction
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