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Oxford Environmentally Displaced People

Oxford Environmentally Displaced People

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2008 study in progress by the Refugee Studies Centre at Oxford University.
2008 study in progress by the Refugee Studies Centre at Oxford University.

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Environmentally displaced people
Understanding the linkages between environmentalchange, livelihoods and forced migration
FORCED MIGRATION POLICY BRIEFING 1
AuthorsDr Camillo BoanoProfessor Roger ZetterDr Tim MorrisNovember 2008Refugee Studies CentreOxford Department of International DevelopmentUniversity of Oxford
 
Forced Migration Policy Briengs
Te Reugee Studies Centre’s (RSC) Forced Migration Policy Briengs highlight the very best and latest policy-relevant research ndings rom the elds o orced migration andhumanitarian studies. Designed to provide a clear and accessible means by which rigorousand objective research and analysis may inuence a wider audience o policy makers andhumanitarian practitioners in a manner that is current, credible and critical. Te seriesprovides a unique orum in which academic researchers, humanitarian practitioners,international lawyers and policy makers may share evidence, experience, best practiceand innovation on the broad range o critical issues that relate to orced migration andhumanitarian intervention. Te Reugee Studies Centre invites the submission o policy briengs on all topics o relevance to policy and practice in the elds o orced migration,reugee protection and humanitarian intervention. Further details may be ound at theRSC website (www.rsc.ox.ac.uk).Te series is supported by the UK Department For International Development(DFID).Te opinions expressed in this paper are solely those o the authors and should not beattributed to DFID, the Reugee Studies Centre or to the University o Oxord as a whole.Series Editor: Simon Addison simon.addison@qeh.ox.ac.uk 
 
Contents
Executive summary 11. Introduction 42. Describing and categorising the environmentally displaced 73. Do environmental reugees exist? 94. Struggle over data: the politics o numbers, the need or typologies o displacement and mapping 125. Environmental change impacts on livelihoods: the case or resilience,adaptation and sustainability 146. Putting resilience, sustainability and adaptation rst 187. Environmental degradation and conicts: a causal chain? 208. Institutional capacity and unding arrangements: developing new responses 249. Conclusion and policy recommendations 30Reerences 33Endnotes 39

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