On old and new resettlements: Jane McAdam, ‘Relocation and resettlement from colonisation to climate change: the perennial solution to “danger zones”‘, London Review of International Law, 3, 1, 2015, pp. 93-130
Abstract: Planned relocation has gained recent prominence as a tool for reducing vulnerable communities’ exposure to the impacts of climate change and disasters. This article situates the phenomenon of cross-border relocation within a history spanning the 18th century to the present, connecting resettlement programmes with legally-sanctioned population transfers and exchanges.
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