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The Politics of Climate Change Knowledge : Labelling Climate Change-induced Uprooted People, Hardback Book

The Politics of Climate Change Knowledge : Labelling Climate Change-induced Uprooted People Hardback

Part of the Transforming Environmental Politics and Policy series

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Growing body of literature on the connection between climate change and migration. Blends theoretical insights with a case study method. Questions how individual actors play major roles in producing, transmitting and institutionalizing the knowledge of climate change at national and international levels. Although the book focuses on Bangladesh, it describes situations related to Western industrialized countries, international organizations, the interconnection between domestic and international governance, and the global crisis accompanying climate change; therefore, this book is broadly relevant to the international market.

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