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François Gemenne is a FNRS research fellow at CEDEM-ULg and at the Institute for Sustainable Development and International Relations (IDDRI), and also teaches the international politics of climate change and the governance of migration at Sciences Po Paris. His research deals with populations displaced by environmental changes and the policies of adaptation to climate change. He has conducted field studies in New Orleans after hurricane Katrina, and in the archipelago of Tuvalu, threatened by sea-level rise, as well as in China and Central Asia. He has authored three books: ‘Géopolitique du changement climatique’ (in French, Armand Colin 2009), ‘Development, Environment and Migration’ (with R. Stojanov, J. Novosak, J. Opiniano and T. Siwek, 2008), ‘History, Nationalism and the (Re)construction of Nations’ (edited with Susana Carvalho, 2009).