Authors

Bridget E. McCallum '18, Gettysburg College

Document Type

Student Research Paper

Date of Creation

Fall 2017

Department

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Abstract

This article explores the intersectional nature of the issue of climate change, especially as it relates to migration. Both migration and climate change are issues of global significance, with benefits and burdens distributed unevenly across gender, racial, and class lines. This intersectional approach takes note of the unequal power structures at play when attempting to combat these issues with policy.

Comments

Written for WGS 210: Gender and Global Migration.