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Climate change protest, Copenhagen 2009
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A platform for exchange on environment, conflict, and cooperation (ECC) - aims to foster sustainable peace and development by gathering and disseminating knowledge. The platform seeks to create networks among stakeholders in the global environment, climate, foreign policy and security communities.
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"2020 is the inaugural edition of the Ecological Threat Register (ETR), which covers 157 independent states and territories. The ETR is unique in that it combines measures of resilience with the most comprehensive ecological data available to shed light on the countries least likely to cope with extreme ecological shocks, now and into the future."
The first and only dictionary for the field of conflict resolution. Defining 1,400 terms, this comprehensive resource will standardize the language of conflict resolution--improving dialogue and understanding among professionals and theorist...
The second edition of this Handbook contains more than 30 new and original articles as well as six essential updates by leading scholars of global environmental politics. Captured here are the pioneering and lively debates over concerns for the health of the planet and how they might best be addressed.
Arranged topically, the 32 essays address a wide range of key issues, including demographics, economics, education, health, politics, and security. New entries discuss drug trafficking, human trafficking, international finance, immigration, and transnational governance.