China-to-UK Student Migration and Pro-environmental Behaviour Change, A Social Practice Perspective

Significant life-course changes can be ‘windows of opportunity’ to disrupt practices. Using qualitative focus group data, this article examines whether the life-course change experienced by Chinese students migrating to the UK has an effect on environmentally impactful practices.

Green norms across borders: migration and pro-environmental behaviour

Behaviours and attitudes which relate to environmental impacts, such as energy use, transport choices, and waste disposal, and specifically at Chinese students who come to study in the UK.

[DECCMA] - Deltas, vulnerability and Climate Change: Migration and Adaptation

Effectiveness of adaptation options in deltas, assess migration as an adaptation in deltaic environments under a changing climate, and deliver policy support to create the conditions for sustainable gender-sensitive adaptation.