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IMI's Ayla Bonfiglio interviews Graeme Hugo from the University of Adelaide

In this interview Graeme Hugo answers the following questions:

Why study environmental change and migration?

How can we conceptualise the relationship between environmental change and migration?

How should researchers design studies to examine the nature and the extent of this relationship?

How does environmental change interract with other migration determinants?

Should determining causality be an objective in studying this relationship?

What are some key questions and issues for the future study of the relationship between environmental change and migration?

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