Anouk Malboeuf is a PhD candidate in the Department of Geography at Université Laval. She is interested in environmental and climatic mobility as well as the nexus between migration and development. Her research focuses on the rights and obligations of internal migrants in Madagascar, in a context of departure and arrival subject to environmental pressures. More specifically, she studies how the integration of migrants and social cohesion are linked to the norms, practices and principles that govern, among other things, the use of space. Her master’s degree, completed at the University of London, focused on the vulnerability and human trafficking of people displaced by hydroelectric projects in Laos. Outside of academia, the candidate has worked in environmental and science communication in Canada and in the development and education sectors in Africa and Asia for the past 18 years. Her doctoral work, supervised by Dr. Adèle Garnier, is being carried out with a grant from the Canada Research Chair on Global Migration Dynamics.