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Responding to Environmental Conflicts

Responding to Environmental Conflicts

Implications for Theory and Practice

Als Ergebnis eines NATO Advance Research Workshops in Budapest vom 21. bis 23. Januar 1999 gibt das Buch "Responding to Environmental Conflicts: Implications for Theory and Practice" einen Überblick über Herausforderungen im Bereich Umwelt und Sicherheit, behandelt Methoden zur Bewertung von Umweltsicherheit und ihre Anwendung in Fallstudien, und es werden Ansichten zur Rolle internationaler Einrichtungen und von Umweltinstitutionen in der Prävention und Beherrschung von Umweltkonflikten vorgestellt. Das Buch ist auf Springer.com für 107 Euro erhältlich.

Weitere Informationen finden Sie auch im Projektartikel Prävention von Umweltkonflikten: Ansätze in Theorie und Praxis.


Zitiervorschlag

Petzold-Bradley, Eileen; Alexander Carius und Arpád Vincze (Hg.) 2001: Responding to Environmental Conflicts: Implications for Theory and Practice. [NATO Science Partnership Sub-Series II 78]. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic.

Sprache
Englisch
Autor(en)
Eileen Petzold-Bradley
Alexander Carius
Arpád Vincze
Verlag
Jahr
2001
Erschienen in
Reihe: NATO Science Partnership Sub-Series , II 78
ISBN
978-1402002304
Umfang
308 S.
Projektnummer
859
Inhaltsverzeichnis
  • Theoretical Linkages and Policy Approaches to the Environment and Security Debate: Providing an Overview
    Eileen Petzold-Bradley, Alexander Carius, Andreas March, and Arpád Vincze

Overview of Environment and Security Challenges

  • Environment and Security on the International Agenda: Challenges for Environmental Policy
    Kurt M. Lietzmann
  • Negotiations to Avert Transboundary Environmental Security Conflicts
    Bertram I. Spector
  • Resource and Environmental Conflicts: The State-of-the-Art
    Nils Peter Gleditsch

Assessing Environmental Security?

  • Theoretical Aspects of Environmental Security
    Hugh C. Dyer
  • Cultural Differentiation as a Source of Environmental Conflict
    Yannis N. Kinnas
  • Cooperative Environmental Policy and Risk Assessment: Implications for Risk Communication, International Conflict Resolution and National Security
    Gerhardus Schultink
  • Side-Stepping Environmental Conflicts: The Role of Natural-Hazards Assessment, Planning and Mitigation
    Nicholas Pinter, Nacy S. Philippi, and Russell ThomasThe Security Diagram: an Approach to Quantifying global Environmental Security
    Joseph Alcamo and Marcel Endejan

A Case Study Approach

  • Environment and Security in Hungary
    Arpád Vincze and László Halász
  • Redefining Security Around the Baltic: Environmental Issues in a Regional Context
    Stacy D. VanDeveer and Geoffrey D. Dabelko
  • Environment and Security Challenges in the Black Sea Region
    Irena Rudneva and Eileen Petzold-Bradley
  • Mechanisms of Environmental Security in Russia:  Out of Order?
    Vladimir Kotov and Elena Nikitina
  • Democratization, Nationalism and Eco-Politics: The Slovak-Hungarian Conflict over the Gabikovo-Nagymaros Dam System on the Danube
    Miklós Sükösd

The Role of International and Environmental Institutions

  • Preventing Environmentally-Induced Conflicts through International Environmental Policy
    Sebastian Oberthür
  • Environment and Security: Institutional Approaches within the European Union
    Margaret Brusasco-Mackenzie
  • The UNECE Environmental Conventions: Their Role and Potential to Promote Conflict Prevention and Settlement of Disputes in Transboundary Environmental Issues
    Branko Bosnjakovic
  • Achievements and Limitations of International Environmental Regimes and Institutions in Positive Dispute Prevention: UNEP's Role
    Sabine J. H. Hoefnagel and Aiko U. D. Bode
Schlüsselwörter
Umwelt, Sicherheit, Konflikt, Umweltpolitik, internationale Institutionen, Theorie, Praxis, Fallstudien, UN-ECE, UNEP, Ungarn, Ostsee, Schwarzes Meer, Russland, Donau, Gabikovo-Nagymaros Damm, Europäische Union