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|Title:||Environmental concerns and international migration|
|Citation:||International Migration Review, 1996; 30(1):105-131|
|Publisher:||CENTER MIGRATION STUD|
|Abstract:||"This article focuses on international migration occurring as a result of environmental changes and processes. It briefly reviews attempts to conceptualize environment-related migration and then considers the extent to which environmental factors have been and may be significant in initiating migration. Following is an examination of migration as an independent variable in the migration-environment relationship. Finally, ethical and policy dimensions are addressed."|
|Keywords:||Ethics; Ecology; Environment; Disasters; Demography; Population Dynamics; Emigration and Immigration; Developing Countries; Human Rights; Public Policy; Refugees; Transients and Migrants; Population|
|Appears in Collections:||Geography, Environment and Population publications|
Australian Population and Migration Research Centre publications
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