Power geometries and prioritising place in climate change migration

10 Oct 2019 @ Edward Latymer Theatre, Latymer Upper School, 237 King Street, Greater London, W6 9LR

Place attachment (emotional bonds to place) are an important explanation of why people remain in place under negative climate change impacts. Using perspectives from mobilities geographies, particularly Doreen Massey's ideas of power geometries and progressive sense of place, Dr Helen Adams analyses expressions of place attachment under climate change to suggest alternative solutions to resettlement or migration.
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Edward Latymer Theatre
Latymer Upper School, 237 King Street
Greater London
W6 9LR
United Kingdom

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