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Barbieri, A. F., & Confalonieri, U. E. C. (2011). Climate change, migration and health in brazil. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 49–73). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Bohra-Mishra, P., & Massey, D. S. (2011). Environnemental degradation and out-migration : evidence from nepal. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 74–101). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Castles, S. (2011). Concluding remarks on the climate change-migration nexus. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 415–427). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Cournil, C. (2011). The protection of 'environmental refugees' in international law. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 359–387). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Epiney, A. (2011). 'environmental refugees': aspects of international state responsibility. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 388–414). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Findlay, A., & Geddes, A. (2011). Critical views on the relationship between climate change and migration : some insights from the experience of bangladesh. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 138–159). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Gemenne, F. (2011). How they became the human face of climate change. research and policy interactions in the birth of the 'environmental migration' concept. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 225–259). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Hugo, G. (2011). Lessons from past forced resettlement for climate change migration. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 260–288). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Hunter, L. M., & David, E. (2011). Displacement, climate change and gender. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 306–330). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Koser, K. (2011). Climate change and internal displacement: challenges to the normative framework. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 289–305). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Leighton, M. (2011). Drought, desertification and migration: past experiences, predicted impacts and human rights issues. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 331–358). Paris: UNESCO.   
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MCadam, J. (2011). Refusing 'refuge' in the pacific : (de)constructing climate-induced displacement in international law. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 102–137). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Oliver-Smith, A. (2011). Sea level rise, local vulnerability and involuntary migration. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 160–187). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Piguet, E., Pécoud, A., & Guchteneire, P. D. (Eds.). Migration and climate change. Paris: UNESCO.   
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Rebetez, M. (2011). The main climate change forecasts that might cause human displacement. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 37–48). Paris: UNESCO.   
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Warner, K., Afifi, T., Sherbinin, A. D., Adamo, S. B., & Ehrhart, C. (2011). Environmental change and forced migration scenarios: methods and findings from the nile delta, sahel, and mekong delta. In E. Piguet, A. Pécoud & P. D. Guchteneire (Eds.), Migration and climate change (pp. 188–221). Paris: UNESCO.   
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