The papers collected in this volume, edited by Giovanni Carlo Bruno, Fulvio Maria Palombino and Valentina Rossi (“Migration
and the Environment: Some Reflections on Current Legal Issues and Possible
Ways Forward“, CNR edizioni, 2017), analyse the links between migration and the environment from different perspectives, tackling significant
international law issues in this field as well as normative gaps and
possible solutions with respect to the effective protection of people whose
movements are induced by environmental factors. The ultimate aim of this
volume is to provide an original contribution to current academic and
policy debates on the matters of international migration caused by
environmental changes. Free access to the book: click here.
The Interest Group on Migration and Refugee Law (MigRefLaw) is one of the interest groups of the European Society of International Law.