Linked and Distributed Mobilities
Movements of people, things, information, and energy are inter-related. Mobilities are distributed too, for instance residents’ immobility during the COVID pandemic 2020-21 relied on the heightened mobility of essential workers, while the reduction of human movement in general resulted in the increasing mobility of animals. Furthermore, businesses, governments and other actors are creating new connections among movements, through technological innovation, logistical development, environmental interventions and multispecies imagination. Migration infrastructure conditions mobilities through the interlinkages, bringing knowledge and practice into new relations.