Publications Authored Externally to SEI
Vigil, Sara. 2019. Geopolitical Ecologies of Environmental Change, Land Grabbing and Migration: Comparative Perspectives from Senegal and Cambodia. Center for Local Democracy. International Institute for Social Studies. Erasmus University Rotterdam and University of Liege.
Vigil, Sara. 2018. “Green Grabbing-Induced Displacement.” In The Handbook on Environmental Displacement and Migration, 370-387, New York: Routledge.
Vigil, Sara. 2017. “Climate Change and Migration. Insights from the Sahel.” In Out of Africa. Why People Migrate., Ledi Publishing, 51–71. Milan, Itali: ISPI.
Melde, Susanne, Luka De Bruyckere, Sara Vigil, and Francois Gemenne. 2017. “‘Implications of Migration, Displacement and Planned Relocation for Adaptation: Empirical Results.’” MECLEP Final Comparative Report. International Organization for Migration (IOM).
Schütte, Stefanie, Anneliese Depoux, Sara Vigil, Corinne Kowalski, François Gemenne, and Antoine Flahault. 2017. “The Influence of Health Concerns in Scientific and Policy Debates on Climate Change.” Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health 71 (8): 747.
Vigil, Sara. 2016. “Migrations environnementales? Ramener le politique au cœur du débat.” Cités, Presses Universitaires de France., no. 68: 61–76.
Gemenne, Francois, Julia Blocher, Florence de Longueville, Nathalie Perrin, Sara Vigil, Caroline Zickgraf, and Pierre Ozer. 2015. “How Climate Extremes Are Affecting the Movement of Populations in the Asia Pacific Region.” In Global Implications of Development, Disasters and Climate Change: Responses to Displacement from Asia Pacific, 21–40. New York: Routledge.
Vigil, Sara. 2015. “Une Cause Invisible de Migrations: La Tragédie de l’Accaparement Des Terres.” Politiques Du Capital, Presses Universitaires de France, no. 64: 111–23.
Zickgraf, Caroline, Florence de Longueville, Pierre Ozer, Francois Gemenne, and Sara Vigil. 2016. “The Impact of Vulnerability and Resilience to Environmental Changes on Mobility Patterns in West Africa.” Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development (KNOMAD). Washington, D.C: World Bank.
Vigil, Sara. 2015. “Displacement as a Consequence of Climate Change Mitigation Policies.” Disasters and Displacement in a Changing Climate, Forced Migration Review. University of Oxford, no. 49: 43–45.
Blocher, Julia, Dalila Gharbaoui, and Sara Vigil. 2015. “West Africa: A Testing Ground for Regional Solutions.” Disasters and Displacement in a Changing Climate, Forced Migration Review. University of Oxford, no. 49: 18–20.
Gemenne, Francois, Julia Blocher, Florence de Longueville, Nathalie Perrin, Sara Vigil, Caroline Zickgraf, and Pierre Ozer. 2014. “‘Catastrophes, Changement Climatique et Déplacements Forcés: Dynamiques Régionales de Mobilité En Afrique de l’Ouest.’” Background Paper for the Nansen Initiative.
- Environmental change and migration: bringing power and inequality back in
- Exploring the Environment-Conflict-Migration Nexus in Asia
- Land grabbing and migration in a changing climate: comparative perspectives from Senegal and Cambodia
- Climate change, gender equality and human rights in Asia: regional review and promising practices
- Effects of environmental change and policy responses on natural resource access in Vietnam: consequences and opportunities for northern ethnic communities
- International Women's Day: Challenging power and moving towards a gender equal future
- Rethinking migration and (mal)adaptation to climate change
- Transformative change at the grassroots: women environmental defenders speak out about how to protect their communities
- Supporting women environmental defenders in the time of Covid-19
- COVID-19: también es una crisis de atención
- Climate Change, Environmental Degradation and International Labour Migration in Asia: Exploring the Role of Business
- Environmental change, Covid-19 and (im)mobility: A comparative study of Myanmar migrant workers in Samut Sakhon and Phuket, Thailand
- Iniciativa de SEI sobre igualdad de género, equidad social y pobreza
- SEI Initiative on Gender Equality, Social Equity and Poverty