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by Jon Barnett

eBook The Meaning of Environmental Security: Ecological Politics and Policy in the New Security Era ePub
Author: Jon Barnett
Language: English
ISBN: 1856497860
ISBN13: 978-1856497862
Publisher: Zed Books (May 4, 2001)
Pages: 192
Category: Politics & Government
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 925
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ePub file: 1979 kb
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1 4. New Security Issues: The Old Guard Looks for new Targets 5. .

Locating Environmental Security 2. Environmental Insecurity: Ecological Exacerbations of Underdevelopment 3. Security: From What and For Whom? 4. Environmental Degradation and Conflict: Conscripting the Voice of Dissent 6. Policies for Pollution and The Pollution of Policy 7. The Biggest of Institutional Challenges: The Military 8. Ecological Security: An Alternative Security Strategy 9. Environmental Security for People 10. The Practice of Environmental Security.

The Meaning of Environmental Security. Ecological Politics and Policy in the New Security Era. Jan 2001. The claim that environmental factors should be integrated into the concept of security was first made in the early 1980s (for example by Richard Ullman)

The Meaning of Environmental Security. Barnett, Jon. The Meaning of Environmental Security. Zed, London–New York 2001. The claim that environmental factors should be integrated into the concept of security was first made in the early 1980s (for example by Richard Ullman). By the early 1990s, a & generation' approach appeared, aiming at identifying the causal pathways from environmental scarcity to conflict by means of empirical case studies (for example by Thomas Homer-Dixon and the Toronto Group).

Barnett argues that This book is a comprehensive, critical discussion of the new idea of environmental security.

But the meaning of the concept is ambiguous, and an examination of its various interpretations and applications reveals much about the state of global environmental politics. Barnett argues that This book is a comprehensive, critical discussion of the new idea of environmental security.

But the meaning of environmental security is ambiguous and open to appropriation, and an examination of its various interpretations and applications reveals much about the state of global environmental politics. This book offers a comprehensive critical discussion of environmental security. It discusses the origins and implications of a wide variety of approaches to the subject.

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Jon Barnett Previous: The environmental state and the forest.

2001 Previous: The environmental state and the forest. Library availability.

At least two things are certain about world politics today: environmental problems are important, and discourses on security remain powerful.

184 pages, no illustrations.

Locating environmental security; environmental insecurity - ecological exacerbations of underdevelopment; security - from what and for whom?; new security issues - the old guard looks for new targets; environmenta degradation and conflict - conscripting the voice of dissent; policies for pollution and the pollution of policy; the biggest of institutional challenges - the military; ecological security - an alternative security strategy; environmental security for people; the practice of environmental.

Security and climate change. Previous: Destabilizing the Thesis.

Barnett, Jon, The Meaning of Environmental Security: Ecological Politics and Policy in the New Security Era .

Barnett, Jon, The Meaning of Environmental Security: Ecological Politics and Policy in the New Security Era, London, Zed Books, 2001. Barnett, Jon and Adger, W. Neil, ‘Environmental Change, Human Security, and Violent Conflict’, in Matthew, Richard . Barnett, Jon, McDonald, Bryan and O'Brian, Karin L. (ed., Global Environmental Change and Human Security, Cambridgema, MIT Press, 2009, 119–36. Buzan, Barry and Wæver, Ole, ‘Slippery? Contradictory? Sociologically Untenable?

This book is a comprehensive, critical discussion of the new idea of environmental security. Jon Barnett looks at links between environmental degradation and national security. But the meaning of the concept is ambiguous, and an examination of its various interpretations and applications reveals much about the state of global environmental politics. Barnett argues that environmental security is ultimately driven more by the power of security-makers than by the need to address environmental problems. By systematically uncovering the deficiencies of existing discourses, he develops an alternative, critical Green approach with practical implications.
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