Author: Andrew M. Linke

Andrew Linke is Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Utah and Associate Senior Researcher at PRIO. He has published widely on local connections between environmental conditions and political violence with particular focus on East Africa.

Drought displacement and implications for conflict

Human migration driven by weather variability and environmental change (see, e.g., here, here, and here) has been identified as a possible link between global warming and violent conflict (see, e.g., here, here, and here). Despite academic and public policy discussions about these and similar topics, the relationship between climate change and regional migration within developing… Read more »