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Routledge Handbook of Environmental Conflict and Peacebuilding

Ashok Swain (Redaktør) ; Joakim OEjendal (Redaktør)

The past two decades have witnessed the emergence of a large body of research examining the linkage between environmental scarcity, violent conflict, and cooperation. However, this environmental security polemic is still trying to deliver a well-defined approach to achieving peace. Les mer
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The past two decades have witnessed the emergence of a large body of research examining the linkage between environmental scarcity, violent conflict, and cooperation. However, this environmental security polemic is still trying to deliver a well-defined approach to achieving peace. Studies are being undertaken to find the precise pathways by which cooperative actions are expected not only to pre-empt or moderate resource conflicts but also to help diffuse cooperative behaviour to other disputed issues. The recognition that environmental resources can contribute to violent conflict accentuates their potential significance as pathways for cooperation and the consolidation of peace in post-conflict societies.


Conceived as a single and reliable reference source which will be a vital resource for students, researchers, and policy makers alike, the Routledge Handbook of Environmental Conflict and Peacebuilding presents a wide range of chapters written by key thinkers in the field, organised into four key parts:









Part I: Review of the concept and theories;







Part II: Review of thematic approaches (resources, scarcity, intervention, adaptation, and peacebuilding);












Part III: Case studies (Middle East, Iraq, Jordan, Liberia, Nepal, Colombia, Philippines);







Part IV: Analytical challenges and future-oriented perspectives.





Enabling the reader to find a concise expert review on topics that are most likely to arise in the course of conducting research or policy making, this volume presents a truly global overview of the key issues and debates in environmental conflict and peacebuilding.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

1. Environmental Conflict and peacebuilding: An Introduction
Ashok Swain & Joakim OEjendal


Part I Review of the Concept and Theories

2. Environment and Conflict
James R. Lee
3. Transnational Environmental Crime
Peter Stoett
4. Climate Change and Environmental Conflicts
Simon Dalby
5. Environmental Pathways to Peace
Ken Conca and Michael D. Beevers
6. Environment, Climate Change, and Peace
Randall Amster


Part II Review of Thematic Approaches


7. Post-War Environmental Peacebuilding: Navigating Renewable and Non-Renewable Resources
Erika Weinthal and McKenzie Johnson
8. Depoliticisation, Water, and Environmental Peacebuilding
Karin Aggestam
9. Climate Change Adaptation and Peacebuilding
Richard A. Matthew
10. Environmental Peacebuilding and the United Nations
David Jensen and Amanda Kron
11. Revisiting Securitization: An Empirical Analysis Of Environment and Natural Resource Provisions in United Nations Security Council Resolutions, 1946-2016
Peter Aldinger, Carl Bruch, and Sofia Yazykova



Part III Case Studies


12. Environmental Peacebuilding in the Middle East
Tobias Ide, Vakur Sumer, and Larissa M. Aldehoff
13. Environmental Peacebuilding in Iraq: Restoring the Iraqi Marshes and the Ancient Kahrez Systems in the Northern Governorates
Hannah Moosa
14. Are there limits to environmental peacebuilding? A critical reflection on water cooperation in the Jordan Basin
Anders Jagerskog
15. Environmental Peacebuilding in Liberia
Michael D. Beevers
16. Environmental Peacebuilding in Nepal: Lessons From Nepal's Micro-Hydropower Projects
Florian Krampe
17. Environmental Peacebuilding in Post-Conflict Colombia
Pedro Valenzuela and Servio Caicedo
18. From curse to blessing - How natural resources affect peace and conflict in the Philippines
Colin Walch

Part IV Analytical Challenges and Future-oriented Perspectives


19. Environmental Conflict and Peacebuilding in Africa: Connecting Resources, Issues, and Ongoing Governance Initiatives
Timothy Adivilah Balag'kutu, Jeremiah O. Asaka, Linda Holcombe, Jason J. McSparren, and Stacy D. VanDeveer
20. The role of water diplomacy in peace building
Maria Vink
21. Climate Diplomacy and Peace
Dennis Tanzler
22. The Role of the Military in Environmental Peace-building
Saleem H. Ali and Rebecca Pincus
23. Environmental Resource Governance and Peace: A Critical Review
Larry Swatuk


Om forfatteren

Ashok Swain is a Professor of Peace and Conflict Research, UNESCO Chair of International Water Cooperation, and Director of the Research School of International Water Cooperation at Uppsala University, Sweden. He has written extensively on new security challenges and democratic development issues.





Joakim OEjendal is Professor of Peace and Development Research at the School of Global Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden. He has been researching water management for twenty years and has published widely within water management as well as within regionalisation in East and Southeast Asia, and has been specialising in Cambodia studies.