Climate migrants, built environments and feelings of place attachment
Seminar cycle «DISTant Talks: PhDs behind the scenes» organized by Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Development
Welcome: Marco Alioni, Politecnico di Torino
Speakers: TugbaAltin, RutgersUniversity| Newark (New Jersey, UnitedStates)
This review examines the literature on place attachment and climate migration for a better understanding of the relationship between the built environment, climate migrants, and their feelings of place attachment. Through these perspectives, the discussion is centered around two fundamental discussions: forced displacement’s psychological and place-wise impacts on people, and the role of environmental dimensions on the recent migration trends.
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