Human security, climate change and social resilience
This chapter examines the value of a human security approach to climate security in the context of debates about non-traditional security. It explores not just the human insecurities that are generated by climate change, with a particular focus on the Asia-Pacific, but examines how human security models provide different ways of interpreting climate conflict �triggers�, and different and more effective strategies for responding to climate insecurity. This involves an analytical move from risk...[Show more]
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|Book Title:||Human Security and Climate Change in Southeast Asia: Managing Risk and Resilience|
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