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Exploring Climate Migration and Environmental Security: Türkiye to America and Beyond

Since all three books were published in 2023, they are foremost among the works that will be useful for those interested in this topic, as they are up-to-date and address current issues on the relationship between climate change, forced migration, and environmental security. Many studies conducted around the world reveal that the effects of climate change will become much more visible both in the world and in Türkiye, especially in the next decade, and that the lives of millions of people will be directly negatively affected. For this reason, it is important to conduct qualitative and quantitative studies on what awaits Türkiye in terms of climate-related risks, especially in terms of migration.

Exploring Climate Migration and Environmental Security Türkiye to America and




On Climate Migration: Exploring Cases from Türkiye and Beyond

Edited by Muhittin Ataman and İbrahim Efe

SETA Publications, 2023, 288 pages, $25.00, ISBN: 9786258322439


The Great Displacement: Climate Change and the Next American Migration

By Jake Bittle

Simon & Schuster, 2023, 268 pages, $17.91, ISBN: 9781982178253


Different Dimensions of Environmental Security in Türkiye and Beyond

Edited by Muhittin Ataman and Gloria Shkurti Özdemir

SETA Publications, 2023, 224 pages, ₺56,70, ISBN: 9786258322385





Climate is the long-term sum of the atmospheric elements that make up the weather over short periods. Since the early 19th century, industrial development and associated massive emissions of greenhouse gases have led to a gradual increase in the average temperature and accompanying changes in the global climate. These changes, in turn, lead to the emergence of climate-related risks and adversely affect human life.

In the “Global Risks Report 2020,” more than 750 experts and decision-makers were asked to present their forecasts and concerns for 2020 in terms of probability and impact, an

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