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Resources on legal protection for people who move in the context of environmental change  

Primary Author(s): 
UK Climate Change and Migration Coalition (UKCCMC)
Primary Institution: 
UK Climate Change and Migration Coalition (UKCCMC)
Date Released: 
Fri, 2014/01/17 (All day)

CFP: Political Aesthetics of Climate-Induced Migration  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2014/02/28 (All day)

A workshop sponsored by the Theory Working Group of COST Action IS1101 Climate change and migration

1-2 May 2014
University of Bristol, UK

Organisers:
Dr Andrew Baldwin (Durham)
Professor Julian Reid (Lapland)
Professor Brad Evans (Bristol)

Programme

Thursday 1 May (evening) - A public screening of Exit, a video installation by Diller Scofidio + Renfro, based on an idea of Paul Virilio |

CFP: Denaturalizing climate change: migration, mobilities and spaces  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2013/10/31 (All day)

WORKSHOP         
Artec | Research Centre for Sustainability Studies, University of Bremen,
31 October 2013 – 01 November 2013
Denaturalizing climate change: migration, mobilities and spaces

Call for papers

CFP: Climate Change, Migration and the Urban Environment: Policy, Governance, Theory  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2013/03/12 (All day)

Athens, 26 April 2013

A workshop co-sponsored by COST Action IS1101 Climate change and migration and Panteion University of Social and Political Sciences –  The European Centre for Environmental Research &Training, Athens.

CFP: Race, alterity and affect: rethinking climate change-induced migration and displacement  

Deadine / Event Date: 
2013/06/18 (All day)

18-19 June 2013
Durham University


Andrew Baldwin (Durham University) and Katherine E. Russo  (Università degli Studi di Napoli L'Orientale)

Climate change, weak states and the "war on terrorism" in South and Southeast Asia.  

Primary Author(s): 
Smith, P.J.
Contemporary Southeast Asia: A Journal of International and Strategic Affairs 29(2): 264-285 (2007)

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