In the past, the Institute of Geography (IGG) of the University of Neuchâtel carried out different field studies in various contexts such as Bolivia, Niger, Peru, the Philippines and Turkey. In line with current research directions in the field of ‘environmental mobilities’ and together with local partners, the IGG team is currently conducting research on the effects of environmental changes on different patterns of (im)mobility in Tajikistan and on the role of migration as an adaptation means in Senegal. The IGG team has also been involved in the writing of the fifth report of the IPCC on the social consequences of climate change. Finally, our research works aim at developing theoretical and epistemological reflections on the environment-migration nexus. The IGG has also developed Climig (https://www.unine.ch/geographie/climig_database), a bibliographic database updated weekly which collects publications dealing with environment-related migration. The IGG is involved in Work Package 4 of the HABITABLE project. With their valuable bibliographic database, diverse field experiences and theoretical and epistemological reflections, the IGG team members provide support in terms of literature reviews, conceptual framework and data analysis.