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Immigration control in a warming world : realizing the moral challenges of climate migration

Author: Johannes Graf Keyserlingk
Publisher: Exeter, UK : Imprint Academic, [2018]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In the course of the twenty-first century, climate change is projected to significantly increase the already weighty immigration pressures that rich countries in Europe and North America face. Estimates vary greatly from 50 to 500 million further migrants until 2050, most of them from developing countries that have contributed little to global warming. Meanwhile, the willingness of citizens in destination countries  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Johannes Graf Keyserlingk
ISBN: 9781845409791 1845409795
OCLC Number: 1023047573
Description: 216 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction --
1.1. Methodology: Debating Immigration in an Imperfect World --
1.2. Terminology: Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Other Migrants --
1.3. Setting the Empirical Stage: The Economic and Social Effects of Migration --
pt. I Normative Foundations: Basic Rights and the Ethics of Immigration --
2. Basic Human Rights and Correlative Duties --
2.1. The General Duty (I) to Avoid Violating Human Rights --
2.2. The Assigned Duty (II) of States to Protect Human Rights and the Right to Self-Determination --
2.3. The Duty (III) of States to Assist People Deprived of Basic Rights --
2.4. Discussing Rights and Duties from a Risk-Ethical Perspective --
3. Toward a Right to Exclude Migrants --
3.1. Rejecting the Cosmopolitan Case for Global Free Movement --
3.2. The Importance of Community and the Need for Exclusion --
3.3. Special Duties and the Right to Protect: On the Function of Social Trust in a System of Moral Division of Labour (MDL) --
3.4. Special Duties and the Right to Control: Ryan Pevnick's Associative Ownership View --
3.5. On the Special Claims of Migrants --
4. The Special Case of Refugees --
4.1. What is Morally Special about Refugees? --
4.2. What We Owe to Refugees --
4.3. Distributing Refugees --
4.4. The Limits of Our Duties to Admit Refugees --
pt. II Debating Immigration Policy in the Climate Context --
5. Facing a Heated Reality: Climate Change and Migration --
5.1. The Climatic Drivers of Migration --
5.2. The Case against Securitizing Climate Migrants --
6. Realizing the Conceptual Problems of Climate Migration --
6.1. The Fluidity of Categories --
6.2. The Issues of Causation --
7. Responsibilities toward Climate Migrants --
7.1. Realizing Obligations under Corrective Justice: Sidestepping the Issues of Causation --
7.2. The Responsibility to Forestall (Climate) Migration --
7.3. The Inappropriateness of Ex-Post Compensation and the Pitfalls of Arguing for Collective Resettlement --
7.4. Outlook: The Consequences of Irresponsibility --
8. Conclusion.
Responsibility: Johannes Graf Keyserlingk.

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In the course of the twenty-first century, climate change is projected to significantly increase the already weighty immigration pressures that rich countries in Europe and North America face. Estimates vary greatly from 50 to 500 million further migrants until 2050, most of them from developing countries that have contributed little to global warming. Meanwhile, the willingness of citizens in destination countries to let further foreigners immigrate is unlikely to keep pace with that increase.In fact, the concern with climate migration is a blurry, intricate and pressing one that will turn out.

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