Interview with Emilie Chevalier on Environmental Migration

Published 10:10 am
December 5, 2015

Interview with Emilie Chevalier on Environmental Migration

Climate Vulnerable Forum

The Atlas of Environmental Migration was officially launched as part of International Organisation for Migration’s (IOM) exhibition “Entwined Destinies: Migration, Environment and Climate Change,” which was organized in Paris from 24 November to 20 December at the Palais de la Porte Dorée in partnership with the Heinrich Böll Foundation. Photographs reproduced with kind permission from photographer Alessandro Grassani.
This highlights video contains an interview with Ms. Emilie Chevalier, PhD student in Geography at the Universities of Limoges (UMR CNRS 6042, France) & Sydney (School of Geosciences, Australia) and at the UMR CNRS 7301 MIGRINTER. Ms. Chevalier PhD thesis is titled “Climate Change, Mobility and the production of islandness in the Pacific Islands : Oceania through the prism of French Polynesia.” She has conducted field work in Tuamotu Archipelago, Atolls in French Polynesia.
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