Migration and mobility and the implications for local governance and local development.
The new issue of Environment and Urbanization (April 2010) is on Migration and mobility and the implications for local governance and development. It includes papers on
- Migration, remittances and local development in urban areas in Bolivia, Central America, China, Senegal and Zambia
- Employer housing for migrants in Chinese cities
- The social, economic and environmental underpinnings of migration in Ghana and Pakistan
- The vulnerability of Mexico City’s water supplies to climate change, food security in Addis Ababa, community-driven enumerations in Kisumu, land-use changes in a residential district in Port Harcourt, brownfield regeneration in Eskisehir and whether urbanization contributes to higher food prices.