Climate Issues

Climate Issues

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  2. Barbier, Edward & Markandya, Anil & Pearce, David, “Sustainable Development: Economics and Environment in the Third World”, Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., 1990
  3. Bernaerts, Amd, “Climate Change & Naval War: A Scientific Assessment”, Trafford, 2006
  4. Borgerson, Scott G., “Arctic Meltdown: The Economic and Security Implications of Global Warming”, Foreign Affairs, vol.87, no.2 (March/April 2008), pp. 63-77
  5. Bossel, Hartmut, “Indicators for Sustainable Development: Theory, Method, Applications”, International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), 1999, available in pdf on
  6. Braidotti, Rosi & Charkiewicz, Ewa & Hauster, Sabina & Wieringa, Saskia, “Women, the Environment and Sustainable Development: Towards a Theoretical Synthesis”, ZED BOOKS-INSTRAW, 1994
  7. Busby, Joshua, “Climate Change and National Security: An Agenda for Action”, Council on Foreign Relations, no.32 (November 2007)
  8. Carley, Michael & Christie, Ian, “Managing Sustainable Development”, Earthscan Publications, 2000
  9. Carvallo, Georgia O., “Sustainable Development: Is It Achievable within the Existing International Political Economy Context?, Sustainable Development, vol.9, no.2 (May 2001), pp.61-73

10. Cough, Clair & Shackley, Simon, “The Respectable Politics of Climate Change: The Epistemic Communities and NGOs”, International Affairs, vol.77, no,2 (April 2001), pp.329-346

  1. Dalby, Simon, “Security and Environmental Change”, Polity Press, 2009

12. Dally, Herman E., “Toward Some Operational Principles of Sustainable Development”, Ecological Economics, vol.2, no.1 (1990), pp.1-6

13. De Villiers, Mark, “The End: Natural Disasters, Manmade Catastrophes, and the Future of Human Survival”, Thomas Dunne Books/St.Martin’s Press, 2008

14. Economy, Elizabeth C., “The River Runs Black: The Environmental Challenge to China’s Future”, Cornell University Press, 2010

15. Elkington, John, “Towards the Sustainable Corporation: Win-Win-Win Business Strategies for Sustainable Development”, California Management Review, Winter 1994

16. Engels, Anita & Pansegrau, Petra & Weingart, Peter, “Risks of Communication: Discourses on Climate Change in Science, Politics, and the Mass Media”, Public Understanding of Science, vol.9, no.3 (July 2000), pp.261-283

17. Fisher, Julie, “The Road from Rio: Sustainable Development and the Nongovernmental Movement in the Third World”, Praeger, 1993

18. Flynn, Stephen, “America the Resilient: Defying Terrorism and Mitigating Natural Disasters”, Foreign Affairs, vol.87, no.2 (March/April 2008), pp.2-8

19. Gaan, Narottan, “Climate Change and International Politics”, Kalpaz Publications, 2008

20.Giddens, Anthony, “The Politics of Climate Change: National Responses to the Challenge of Global Warming”, Policy Network Paper, September 2008, available on

21. Giddings, Bob & Hopwood, Bill & O’Brien, Geoff, “Environment, Economy and Society: Fitting Them Together into Sustainable Development”, Sustainable Development, vol.10, no.4 (November 2002), pp.187-196, available in pdf on

22. Gladwin, Thomas N. & Kennelly, James J. & Krause, Tara-Shelomith, “Shifting Paradigms for Sustainable Development: Implications for Management Theory and Research”, The Academy Management Review, vol.20, no.4 (October 1995), pp.874-907, availbable in pdf on

23. Harris, Paul, “Europe and Global Climate Change: Politics, Foreign Policy and Regional Cooperation”, Edward Elgar Publishing, 2007

24. Hopwood, Bill & Mellor, Mary & O’Brien, Geoff, “Sustainable Development: Mapping Different Approaches”, Sustainable Development, vol.13, no.1 (February 2005), pp.38-52, available in pdf on

25. Ikeme, Jekwu, “Equity, Environmental Justice and Sustainability: Incomplete Approaches in Climate Change Politics”, Global Environmental Change, vol.33, no.3 (October 2003), pp.195-206

26. Kaunert, Christian & Zwolski, Kamil, “The EU and Climate Security: A Case of Successful Norm Entrepreneurship?”, European Security, vol.20, no.1 (March 2011), pp.21-43, available in pdf at

27. Krampe, Florian & Swain, Ahok & Swain, Ranjula Bali & Themner, Anders, “Climate Change and the Risk of Violent Conflicts in Southern Africa”, Global Crisis Solutions, 2011, available in pdf on

28.Kraska, James, “Arctic Security in an Age of Climate Change”, Cambridge University Press, New York, 2011

29. Lacy, Mark J., “Security and Climate Change: International Relations and the Limits of Realism”, Routledge, 2005

30.Lal, R., “Climate Change and Global Food Security”, Taylor & Francis, 2005

31. Lele, Sharachchandra M., “Sustainable Development: A Critical Review”, World Development, vol.19, no.6 (June 1991), pp.607-621

32. Luke, Timothy, “Neither Sustainable nor Development: Reconsidering Sustainability in Development”, Sustainable Development, vol.13, no.4 (October 2005), pp.228-238

33. O’Brien, Karen et al., “Climate Change, Ethics and Human Security”, Cambridge University Press, 2010

34. Ostrom, Elinor & Schroeder, Larry D. & Wynne, Susan G., “International Development: Infrastructure Policies in Perspective”, Westview Press, 1993

35. Perrings, Charles, “The Economics of Abrupt Climate Change”, Philosophical Transactions: Mathematical. Physical and Engineering Sciences, vol.361, no.1810, Abrupt Climate Change: Evidence, Mechanisms and Implications (15 September 2003), pp.2043-2059

36. Pezzey, John, “Sustainable Development Concepts: An Economic Analysis”, World Bank, November 1992, available in pdf on

37. Redcliff, Michael, “Sustainable Development (1987-2005): An Oxymoron Comes of Age”, Sustainable Development, vol.13, no.4 (October 2005), pp.212-27, available in pdf on

38.Robert, K.-H. et al., “Strategic Sustainable Development – Selection, Design and Synergies of Applied Tools”, Journal of Cleaner Production, vol.10, no.3 (June 2002), pp.197-214, available in pdf on

39. Robinson, John, “Squaring the Circle? Some Thoughts on the Idea of Sustainable Development”, Ecological Economics, vol.48, no.4 (2004), pp.369-384, available in pdf on

40.Schubert, R. et al., “Climate Change as a Security Risk”, German Advisory Council on Global Change, 2008

41. Webersik, Christian, “Climate Change and Security”, Greenwood, California, 2010

42. Zierler, David, “The Invention of Ecocide: Agent Orange, Vietnam, and the Scientists Who Changed the Way We Think about the Environment”, University of Georgia Press, 2011


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