Table of contents for Climate change and human mobility / edited by Kirsten Hastrup and Karen Fog Olwig.


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1. Introduction: climate change and human mobility Kirsten Hastrup and Karen Fog Olwig; 2. Leaving home: how can historic human movement inform the future? Carole Crumley; 3. Inuit and climate change in the prehistoric eastern Arctic: a perspective from Greenland Mikkel Sorensen; 4. Dehumanising the uprooted: lessons from Iceland in the Little Ice Age Kirsten Hastrup; 5. Relocation of Reef and Atoll Island communities as an adaptation to climate change? Learning from experience in the Solomon Islands Thomas Birk; 6. Contextualising links between migration and environmental change in northern Ethiopia James Morrissey; 7. On the risks of engineering mobility to reduce vulnerability to climate change: insights from a small island state Jon Barnett; 8. Mobility, climate change and social dynamics in the Arctic: the creation of new horizons of expectation and the role of the community Frank Sejersen; 9. Land grab in Africa: resilience for whom? Quentin Gausset and Michael Whyte; 10. Climate change, migration and Christianity in Oceania Wolfgang Kempf; 11. Climate-induced migration and conflict: what are the links? Christian Webersik.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Migration, Internal -- Environmental aspects.
Climatic changes.
Global environmental change -- Social aspects.
Human geography.
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Human Geography. -- bisacsh