Suspense and Obscurity
Fitness and Nutrition
Environmental Security Challenges and the Arctic Council's Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment . Oil and Gas Development Risks and Opportunities in the Arctic Ocean . The Arctic Ocean and UNCLOS Article 76: Are there any Commons? L. Kullerud et a.
Environmental Security Challenges and the Arctic Council's Arctic Marine Shipping Assessment . Cooperation or Conflict in the New Arctic? Too Simple of a Dichotomy . The Security Implications of Climate Change in the Arctic Ocean K. Atland. Arctic Ocean Infrastructure Considerations. Global Change, Northern Transformations, and a Changing Socio-economic Landscape J. Nymand Larsen.
Buchreihe: NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C. .
Buchreihe: NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security. Herausgeber: Paul Arthur Berkman, Alexander N. Vylegzhanin. Verlag: Springer Netherlands. Involving interdisciplinary participation with experts from 17 nations, including all of the Arctic states, this workshop itself reflects progress in Arctic cooperation and collaboration.
Environmental Security in the Arctic Ocean NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C Environmenta.
KEYWORDS: Cybersecurity, Environmental Threats and Critical Infrastructures, Human Security, Global .
KEYWORDS: Cybersecurity, Environmental Threats and Critical Infrastructures, Human Security, Global Law, Energy Sector.
A InvolvingA interdisciplin. Environmental Security in the Arctic Ocean (NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security).
National security policies are being declared and nuclear-capable states are adjusting their strategic deployments in the Arctic Ocean. There are forums for international cooperation in the Arctic, most notably the Arctic Council, but peace in the Arctic Ocean has yet to be explicitly established as a common interest because of the long-standing military presence. The North Pole is being transformed from a sea-ice cap to a seasonally ice-free sea within the next few decades. This fundamental shift in the boundary conditions of the Arctic Ocean will create a new natural system with different dynamics than anything previously experienced by humans in the region.
NATO Security through Science Series C: Environmental Security. Номер: Series C Год: 2006. Тема выпуска: Ecological Risks Associated with the Destruction of Chemical Weapons.
Format: Conference Proceeding eBook.
This seminal book results from a NATO Advanced Research Workshop at the University of Cambridge with Russian co-directorship, enabling the first formal dialogue between NATO and Russia about security issues in the Arctic Ocean. Involving interdisciplinary participation with experts from 17 nations, including all of the Arctic states, this workshop itself reflects progress in Arctic cooperation and collaboration. Interests now are awakening globally to take advantage of extensive energy, shipping, fishing and tourism opportunities in the Arctic Ocean as it is being transformed from a permanent sea-ice cap to a seasonally ice-free sea. This environmental state-change is introducing inherent risks of political, economic and cultural instabilities that are centralized among the Arctic states and indigenous peoples with repercussions globally. Responding with urgency, environmental security is presented as an "integrated approach for assessing and responding to the risks as well as the opportunities generated by an environmental state-change." In this book – diverse perspectives on environmental security in the Arctic Ocean are shared in chapters from high-level diplomats, parliamentarians and government officials of Arctic and non-Arctic states; leaders of Arctic indigenous peoples organizations; international law advisors from Arctic states as well as the United Nations; directors of inter-governmental organizations and non-governmental organizations; managers of multi-national corporations; political scientists, historians and economists; along with Earth system scientists and oceanographers. Building on the “common arctic issues” of “sustainable development and environmental protection” established by the Arctic Council – environmental security offers an holistic approach to assess opportunities and risks as well as develop infrastructure responses with law of the sea as the key “international legal framework” to “promote the peaceful uses” of the Arctic Ocean. With vision for future generations, environmental security is a path to balance national interests and common interests in the Arctic Ocean for the lasting benefit of all.