Paradoxes of the Present, Prospects for the Future
Chapter 9: Impacts of Environmental Change on UK Internal Migration
9.1 INTRODUCTION There is a rapidly growing literature on climate change and on social adaptations to it (for useful general references see Lu et al., 2001; Haines et al., 2006; Dow and Downing, 2007; Dowling, 2007; O’Brien et al., 2008; Schipper and Burton, 2008; Stern, 2008; ESRC, 2009; Gemenne, 2009; Karl et al., 2009; Pittock, 2009; World Bank, 2009; Conway et al., 2010, Chapter 9; Harvey, 2010; Mearns and Norton, 2010; Moser, 2010; Shove, 2010; St Antony’s International Review, 2010 (on the politics of climate change); UK: Government Office for Science, 2010). However, while a fairly exhaustive bibliographic search has yielded a rich literature on the environmental change/migration nexus (Hugo, 1996, 2008; Myers, 1997; Black, 1998; Perch-Nielsen, 2004; Unruh et al., 2004; McLeman and Smit, 2006; Renaud et al., 2007; Adamo, 2008; Black et al., 2008, 2011; Boano et al., 2008; Brown, 2008; EU, 2008; Kniveton et al., 2008; Perch-Nielsen et al., 2008; Piguet, 2008, 2010a, 2010b; Raleigh et al., 2008; Barnett and Webber, 2009; IOM, 2009; Marchiori and Schumacher, 2009; McLeman, 2009, 2010; Morrissey, 2009; Reuveny and Moore, 2009; Tacoli, 2009; Warner et al., 2009; Afifi and Jager, 2010; Fritz, 2010; Fruhmann and Jager, 2010; Kalin, 2010; Laczko and Aghazarm, 2010; Martin, 2010; McAdam, 2010; McMichael et al., 2010; Raleigh and Jordan, 2010; Stephenson et al., 2010; Piguet and Picout, 2011; and see Lin, 2010 on the impact of environmental shocks on fertility, and Williams, 2008 on the legal status of climate-change-induced migrants), there were very few references on...
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