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.
For table of contents: http://www.fmreview.org/FMRpdfs/FMR31/contents.pdf
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