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Forced Migration Review 31:

In response to growing pressures on landscapes and livelihoods, people are moving, communities are adapting. This issue of FMR debates the numbers, the definitions and the modalities - and the tension between the need for research and the need to act. Thirty-eight articles by UN, academic, international and local actors explore the extent of the potential displacement crisis, community adaptation and coping strategies, and the search for solutions.

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Climate change and displacement
Achim Steiner 4

The need for collaboration
John Holmes 4

Human security policy challenges
Andrew Morton, Philippe Boncour and Frank Laczko 5

The numbers game
Oli Brown 8

Defining 'environmental migration'
Olivia Dun and François Gemenne 10

Drowned in definitions?
Maria Stavropoulou 11

Field observations and empirical research
Koko Warner, Olivia Dun and Marc Stal 13