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Publications relevant for the 'Climate Change and the Military' project.

This list relates to CCTM Project.

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The Political Consequences of Climate Change

Over the medium term, climate change and security are not likely to involve simple causality and a stark, one-to-one correspondence. The more intangible third-order socio-political and institutional effects have not been fully appreciated. Only by...

The Third Pole

The Tibetan plateau gets a lot less attention than the Arctic or Antarctic, but after them it is Earth's largest store of ice. And the store is melting fast.

The Vulnerability of Energy Infrastructure to Environmental Change

Energy generation, extraction, refining, processing and distribution require a complex, interlinked, expensive and sometimes global infrastructure. However, much of that infrastructure lies in areas that may become increasingly physically unstable...

Tibet: Plateau in Peril

The article discusses the possibility that the glaciers of the Tibetan plateau could be melted by global warming....

U.S.: Better Balance Between Climate and Military Spending Urged

"While that ratio represents a huge improvement over the 1:88 dollar ratio allocated by the George W. Bush administration, it may be difficult to sustain, according to the report, because most of the increase in climate-related spending is included...

Urgency of tackling climate change

With the clock ticking and less than a hundred days to go until ministers from around the world meet at the UN climate change conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, now is the time for the UK and [South Asia/India/Bangladesh] to work together to get a...

Water on the Tibetan Plateau: Ecological and Strategic Implications for the Region

n June 2009, the Hague Centre for Strategic Studies convened a high-level roundtable on Water on the Tibetan Plateau: Ecological and Strategic Implications for the Region. This roundtable brought together water, environmental and security experts...

Why the East-Siberian Arctic shelf should be considered as a new focal point for methane studies.

"The importance of this huge pool of old carbon, stored within on-land permafrost in the Siberian region, has been repeatedly highlighted during the last decade. This importance is determined by the gradual mobilization of old carbon and its...

World in Transition ? Climate Change as a Security Risk

"With World in Transition ? Climate Change as a Security Risk, WBGU has compiled a flagship report on an issue that quite rightly is rising rapidly up the international political agenda. The authors pull no punches on the likelihood of increasing...

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