Water and Food Security Crisis Influencing Human Mobility Patterns: A Comprehensive Overview

Nagabhatla, Nidhi, Pouramin, Panthea, Shin, Sujin, Sharma, Pooja, Glickman, Talia, Brahmbhatt, Rupal and Singh, Pratibha, "Water and Food Security Crisis Influencing Human Mobility Patterns: A Comprehensive Overview" in Food Security and Land Use Change under Conditions of Climatic Variability ed. Squires, Victor R. and Mahesh Gaur (Cham: Springer Nature Switzerland AG, 2020), 49-76.

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  • Author Nagabhatla, Nidhi
    Pouramin, Panthea
    Shin, Sujin
    Sharma, Pooja
    Glickman, Talia
    Brahmbhatt, Rupal
    Singh, Pratibha
    Book Editor Squires, Victor R.
    Mahesh Gaur
    Chapter Title Water and Food Security Crisis Influencing Human Mobility Patterns: A Comprehensive Overview
    Book Title Food Security and Land Use Change under Conditions of Climatic Variability
    Publication Date 2020-05-13
    Place of Publication Cham
    Publisher Springer Nature Switzerland AG
    Start page 49
    End page 76
    Language eng
    Abstract The theory and practice of managing land and water interactions for ensuring food and water security are inherently complex. For an enhanced understanding of the interlinkages of this nexus, the chapter adopts a 3-tiered approach. The first tier outlines diverse narratives to explain human mobility and displacement driven by food and water crisis scenarios in different socioecological, sociocultural, and socio-political settings with a focus on Asia and Africa. The second tier unpacks how migration trends and patterns connect to water and food crisis scenarios. The third tier employs a case study approach (Congo Basin region) to illustrate the interlinkages in water security, food production and, human mobility in setting of conflicts. Overall, the chapter highlights the relatively under-examined scenarios stemming from water and food crisis and provide a guideline framework to assess multiple dimensions of human mobility, while connecting to the sustainable development agenda.
    UNBIS Thesaurus WATER
    FOOD SECURITY
    ASIA
    AFRICA
    DISPLACED PERSONS
    Copyright Holder Springer Nature Switzerland AG
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9783030367626
    DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-05325-3_94-1
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