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3° Encontro Nacional ABRI 2011


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MATTAR, Marina Rocchi Martins. Environmental displacements: the case of small island states. In Anales del 3° ENABRI 2011 3° Encontro Nacional ABRI 2011, 2011, São Paulo (SP, Brasil) [online]. 2011 [citado 16 Junio 2024]. Disponible en: <http://www.proceedings.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=MSC0000000122011000300023&lng=es&nrm=iso> .

The human displacement caused by adverse weather conditions is, and has been for a long time, a natural strategy to adapt to environmental changes. However, the frequency of natural disasters and the negative impact of climate change have increased significantly affecting a growing number of people. Internal and external tensions caused by large-scale displacements, conflicts generated by resource scarcity, increased spread of diseases and geopolitical reordering are among the consequences linked to this phenomenon. The case of the small island nations that will be submerged by the sea level rise is an extreme example that raises fascinating questions. This article aims at analyzing the links of climate change on the dynamics of migration and exploring legal and political implications and possible solutions, in particular, for the populations from small island nations.

Palabras llave : Human Displacement; Climate Change; Small Island Nations; Statelessness.

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