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YOUTH VOICE: Migration as an Adaptive Response to Climate Change — Xinjiang Case Study

May 20, 2012 by


BY ALICIA PETERS. This essay will look at migration trends in China applying the framework described in “Migration as an Adaption to Climate Change” by McLeman and Smit (2006) to agriculturally based rural communities in the province of Xinjiang, North-Western China, and provide a case study of the provinces exposure to climate change and their adaptive capacity through migration.

TRAVEL DIARY: The Expat Experience in Fiji

June 18, 2011 by


BY LIZETTE SALMON. Ahhhh, Fiji … land of sun, sea and sand, coconuts, coral and coups. But also, as we’ve discovered, land of pollution, potholes and poverty, housemaids, home-husbands and hermaphrodites...

YOUR SAY: Replace Hazlewood

July 19, 2010 by


BY LIZETTE SALMON. As someone who is deeply concerned about climate change it seems extraordinary to me that our state and federal politicians are doing so little to reduce Australia’s growing greenhouse emissions. There are many actions they could take to cut our emissions but one particularly symbolic action would be to commit to replacing […]