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Migration matters: how migration is critical to contemporary human-environment geography

Jokisch, Brad D [autor] | Radel, Claudia [autora] | Carte, Lindsey [autora] | Schmook, Birgit Inge [autora].
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 en línea Artículo en línea Tema(s): Migración | Variables ambientales | Cambio climático | Justicia ambiental | Uso de la tierra | Ecología políticaTema(s) en inglés: Migration | Environmental variables | Climate change | Environmental justice | Land use | Political ecologyDescriptor(es) geográficos: América Latina Nota de acceso: Disponible para usuarios de ECOSUR con su clave de acceso En: Geography Compass. volumen 13, no 8, e12460 (2019), páginas 1-17. --ISSN: 1749-8198Número de sistema: 59478Resumen:
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Human migration plays a critical role in numerous contemporary environmental concerns including global climate change and environmental justice. This review characterizes the ways migration is critical to contemporary human-environment geography. We delineate four themes from the literature based on (a) how migration affects the environment; (b) how the environment and/or environmental events affect migration; (c) how migration produces uneven environmental benefits and burdens; and (d) how environmental displacement/dispossession produces migration andvice versa. We articulate five recommendations for aresearch agenda that integrates migration processes, recognizes migration as a heterogeneous process, and approaches human-environment interactions holisticallyand non-deterministically.

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Human migration plays a critical role in numerous contemporary environmental concerns including global climate change and environmental justice. This review characterizes the ways migration is critical to contemporary human-environment geography. We delineate four themes from the literature based on (a) how migration affects the environment; (b) how the environment and/or environmental events affect migration; (c) how migration produces uneven environmental benefits and burdens; and (d) how environmental displacement/dispossession produces migration andvice versa. We articulate five recommendations for aresearch agenda that integrates migration processes, recognizes migration as a heterogeneous process, and approaches human-environment interactions holisticallyand non-deterministically. eng

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