Dr Giovanni BettiniLecturer
The focus of my work is on the genealogy and political effects of discourses on climate change, population, and development, with a particular interest in the connections between climate change, adaptation and mobility.
- Climate politics & Policy
- Environmental/climate security
- International Development
- Political Ecology and Political geography
- Migration Studies
- Critical political theory
LEC’s Equal Opportunity and Disability Rep
- Geography and Environment Pathway Lead in Lancaster for the North West Doctoral Training Centre (ESRC)
- WGIII (Theory) Co-Leader and member of the Management Commitee of the European COST Action IS1101 on Climate change and migration: knowledge, law and policy, and theory.
- LEC 401 – Perspectives on Society and Environment (convener)
- LEC 406 – Climate and Society
- LEC 318 – New York Field-Trip
- LEC 218 – Geography, development and the Majority of the World
- LEC 210 – Geographical Skills and Concepts 
- LEC 114 – Society and Space
Waltz with development: insights on the developmentalization of climate-induced migration
Bettini, G., Gioli, G. 29/10/2015 In: Migration and Development.
Climate migration as an adaption strategy: de-securitizing climate-induced migration or making the unruly governable?
Bettini, G. 4/05/2014 In: Critical Studies on Security. 2, 2, p. 180-195. 16 p.
Sand waves and human tides: exploring environmental myths on desertification and climate-induced migration
Bettini, G., Andersson, E. 1/03/2014 In: Journal of Environment and Development. 23, 1, p. 160-185. 26 p.
Exploring the limits of peak oil: naturalising the political, de-politicising energy
Bettini, G., Karaliotas, L. 12/2013 In: Geographical Journal. 179, 4, p. 331-341. 11 p.
Climate barbarians at the gate?: a critique of apocalyptic narratives on climate refugees
Bettini, G. 03/2013 In: Geoforum. 45, p. 63-72. 10 p.
(In)convenient convergences: "climate refugees", apocalyptic discourses and the depoliticization of the debate on climate-induced migration
Bettini, G. 2013 In: Interpretive approaches to global climate governance. London : Routledge p. 122-136. 15 p. ISBN: 978-0-415-52188-8.