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Book Review of the ‘Climate Change and Displacement Reader’

In 2012, Scott Leckie, Ezekiel Simperingham and Jordan Bakker of DS compiled the “Climate Change and Displacement Reader”, which brings together fifty-one of the leading texts on climate change and displacement. It provides a consolidated source and substantive overview of the key issues relating to climate change and displacement, including: the reality of climate displacement; the shape of current and proposed international law on this matter; the institutional and governance framework that will address and respond to this crisis; and an analysis of what a cross-section of governments and civil society organizations are already doing to prepare for and act against climate displacement.

The book was recently reviewed in the Australian Army Journal by Chris Baker, who explains that the book ‘goes a long way to demystifying this highly complex and often controversial issue’. He further attests to it being ‘an excellent source for theorists and practitioners alike’.

To learn more about the book or to place an order, click here.

To read Chris Baker’s review in the Australian Army Journal, click here.

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