"Migration for Adaptation Guidebook" Out Now!
Last week we released our Migration for Adaptation Guidebook.
We're sharing with you a short video on why we developed this #M… read more
The 6th Working Paper is Now Online!
The new issue focuses on responses of rural-urban migrants to the 2011 Thailand floods. read more
COP23 Side Events on Migration
Are you at COP23 and interested in side events on migration topics?
We prepared a schedule with all important information to h… read more
TransRe organizes side-event at the COP23: “Adaptation in Motion”
We are now Official Climate Partner at the World Climate Conference in November 2017 (COP23) that will take place in Bonn. Our s… read more
How do Social Practices Shape Policy?
In their latest publication, Kayly Ober and Patrick Sakdapolrak provide an understanding of the logic and practices of the migra… read more
What Role Does Scale Play in Translocality?
In this recent publication, Luise Porst and Patrick Sakdapolrak discuss the uses and potentials of scale in translocal concepts.… read more
Our Next Working Paper is Online
Our fifth edition of the working paper series is now online. This issue by Alexander Reif is about translocality as an aspect of… read more
Review published: Social Networks and the Resilience of Rural Communities
Across disciplines social networks are cited as a source of resilience, but what does this mean for a research project such as T… read more
Research Fellowships in Austria
The Young Scientists Summer Program (YSSP) at IIASA offers fellowships for PhD students to undertake a summer project on a topic… read more
TransRe Project represents Uni Bonn at COP22 in Marrakesh
Harald Sterly, Project Coordinator, and Kayly Ober, Research Associate, are at the Conference of the Parties (COP22) in Marrakes… read more
Connecting the Dots: International Migration Experts welcomed at the GIUB in Bonn
Symposium on migration and environmental change generates interest among participants from all over the world.
Spotlights of… read more
Trans|Re presents at the International Geographical Congress
Till Rockenbauch and Luise Porst from the
Trans|Re project, had the opportunity to discuss their work with colleagues from all… read more
Fact Sheet on Climate Change and its Impacts in Thailand
TransRe Fact Sheet No. 2 provides an overview of a) past climate trends, b) future climate scenarios, and c) its expected impact… read more
TransRe stages midterm Conference in September
The nexus of migration and climate change – two of the most important processes of our time – is increasingly becoming the subje… read more
TransRe among top ten influencers on climate migration at COP 21
Since the COP 20 in Lima, the TransRe project has become one of the top 10 influencers in the field of climate migration when it… read more
Our Project Video is Out
New video focuses on research on environment, migration, and social resilience in Thailand and gives overview on our Project read more
New TransRe Logo
Taking advantage of a new year and new project coordinator, the TransRe project has launched a new logo read more
TransRe has a new Project Coordinator
In Bonn, Harald Sterly has joined the TransRe Project as their new project coordinator. Previously, he was the coordinator of th… read more
TransRe and IOM Strengthen Collaboration
The TransRe Project and IOM-Thailand signed an exchange of letters at the beginning of 2016 to reinforce an already existing and… read more
What are the links between climate change and migration
TransRe Project leader Patrick Sakdapolrak and researcher Kayly Ober discuss in a recent article, "What are the links between cl… read more
Our Team at the German Congress for Geography
TransRe and RCR team members participated at this year’s German Congress for Geography (DKG) in Berlin. Surrounded by blissful g… read more
New Video Podcast is Online
What is climate change and what is it not? What can be understood under the term “vulnerability“? How do these terms relate? And… read more
Bangladesh: Prime Example for Climate Migration?
Why we should not oversimplify migration decisions in the face of environmental change shows Simon Peth in his Working Paper: Mi… read more
Does Climate Change Move You? Participants from 7 countries seek answers
On 22-26 June, fifteen participants from diverse countries, including Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Mongolia, Vietnam, Myanmar, and … read more
TransRe Closer to Translating Science to Practice
Last week, RMIT Senior Lecturer Hartmut Fünfgeld led TransRe and our on-the-ground partner, Raks Thai, in our first ever worksho… read more
Extended Deadline for Our Short Course
TransRe will hold a short course in the summer of 2015 on climate impacts on migration and the concepts, methods, and policies b… read more
TransRe's empirical research has started!
TransRe Project's empirical research has started! Together with our partner Raks Thai Foundation, the TransRe team has started t… read more
Our Next Working Paper is Online
Our third edition of the working paper series is now online. This issue by Luise Porst is about "Translocality: Place, Space – a… read more
Our New Multimedia Sub-page is Online
We added a new sub-page where we feature TransRe's multimedia resources, ranging from audio podcasts to videos. read more
TransRe team joined Kick-Off Meeting hosted by DLR and BMBF
This week, the TransRe team joined 18 other research groups supported by the Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) read more
Deciphering migration in the
age of climate change
The next TransRe Working Paper is out. Today, 8 January 2015, we published our first Working Paper of 2015 read more
TransRe Welcomes RMIT as Official Project Partner
This week, TransRe officially confirmed the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) as its partner. Dr. Hartmut Fünfgeld,… read more
Mission Site Selection: Accomplished!
We can say with confidence, "mission accomplished": research sites have been selected. Patrick returned from his field trip to N… read more
TransRe Releases First Working Paper, "Building resilience through translocality"
Today, 24 November 2014, the Translocal Resilience Project (TransRe) launched its Working Paper Series read more
Back to the field
Patrick is back in Thailand, where he will re-visit rural villages that could be potential sites of research for our project. read more
TransRe Launches Official Website
On 10 November 2014, the TransRe Project launched its official website. read more
TransRe Brochure Now Online
The new TransRe brochure is ready! To get an overview on the project at a glance take a look here read more