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Climate Refugees
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PART I: FOUNDATIONS

Chapter 1: Overcoming the Legal Impasse? Setting the scene Simon Behrman & Avidan Kent Chapter 2: `Climate Refugees' a Legal Mapping Exercise Jolanda van der Vliet Chapter 3: A New Category of Refugees? "Climate Refugees" and a Gaping Hole in International Law Sumudu Atapattu Chapter 4: Norm Formalization in International Policy Cooperation - A Framework for Analysis Elin Jakobsson PART II: DEFINING AND CATEGORISING Chapter 5: Justice and Climate Migration: The Importance of Nomenclature in the Discourse on 21st Century Mobility Maxine Burkett Chapter 6: Who Are "Climate Refugees"? Academic Engagement in the Post-Truth Era Benoit Mayer PART III: GOVERNING CLIMATE REFUGEES: THE PERSPECTIVE OF INTER-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS Chapter 7: Advancing the Global Governance of Climate Migration through the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and the Global Compact on Migration: Perspectives from the International Organization for Migration Mariam Traore Chazalnoel and Dina Ionesco Chapter 8: Enhancing Legal Protection for People Displaced in the Context of Disasters and Climate Change: Challenges and Opportunities Madeline Garlick, Marine Franck & Erica Bower Chapter 9: State-Led, Regional, Consultative Processes: Opportunities to Develop Legal Frameworks on Disaster Displacement Platform on Disaster Displacement PART IV: REGULATING CLIMATE REFUGEES WITHIN EXISTING LEGAL REGIMES Chapter 10: Drawing Upon International Refugee Law: The Precautionary Approach to Protecting Climate Change Displaced Persons Jenny Poon Chapter 11: Public International Law's Applicability to Migration as Adaptation: Fit For Purpose? Thekli Anastasiou Chapter 12: Climate Migrants' Right to Enjoy their Culture Margaretha Wewerinke-Singh Chapter 13: Beyond the Shortcomings of International Law: a Proposal for the Legal Protection of Climate Migrants Beatriz Felipe Perez PART V: ENVISIONING SUI GENERIS PATHWAYS Chapter 14: Towards an International Legal Status of Environmentally-Displaced Persons Michel Prieur Chapter 15: Cross-Border Displacement Due to Environmental Disaster: A Proposal for UN Guiding Principles to Fill the Legal Protection Gap Camilla Schloss Chapter 16: Global Governance to Protect Future Climate Refugees Frank Biermann

About the Author

Simon Behrman is a lecturer at the Law School at Royal Holloway, University of London, UK. Avidan Kent is a lecturer at the University of East Anglia, UK, and a Fellow of the Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (McGill/Cambridge University).

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