Risk resilience and human security in cross-border areas: the Greater Mekong Subregion, the Heart of Borneo and the Coral Triangle
Introduction Climate change has been dubbed one of the biggest threats facing the world since it can increase the vulnerability of human systems and ecosystems, reduce socio-ecological resilience and threaten human security (see, for example, Adger 2010: 279-81; DFID 2006: 12; Scott 2008: 605-8; Trombetta 2008: 594-5). This chapter investigates the non-traditional security impacts of climate change in three cross-border areas in Southeast Asia � the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS), the Heart of...[Show more]
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