In this segment of my Capstone project Iexplore environmentally-induced rural-to-urban migration as a process of urbanization, and how populations’ socio-ecological engagement with the city is structured – focusing specifically on the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh. While migrants are frequently disempowered and exploited in urban centres, movement may also allow for adaptation, resistance, and subversion.

(Note: Please excuse the incongruence between the content and photos, as a number are placeholders due to a disruption in travel/work plans. The new photos and cover will be updated soon).

Power, Mobility & Access to the City