This issue is dedicated to an unusual subject and scope for The Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy. Instead of our customary focus on the Pacific Northwest, this book considers issues of international environmental justice. The articles published herein arose out of a symposium sponsored by the Journal at the University of Washington, titled Climate-Migration: Food Security, Land Tenure and Gender. The purpose of the symposium was to encourage the interdisciplinary discourse on the human and environmental impacts of climate change worldwide, specifically focusing on disproportionately affected groups. The book features unique articles from authors personally qualified to speak to these issues—many come from the affected regions themselves. The Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy is proud to present articles by Sumudu Atapattu, Sara Curran, Deng Haifeng, and Medhanit Adamu.
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