This article applies a climate mobilities lens to a qualitative case study of an urban Senegalese fishing community, characterised by its ‘micro-mobilities’ as much as by its international migration. The author argues that (im)mobilities are neither fixed nor all-encompassing but are rather relational and uneven – in time, space and agency – and that environmental changes pressure people, regardless of their migration status, to redirect their (im)mobilities into new constellations.