This volume contains essays by the Prince of Wales, Crispin
Tickell, Jonathon Porritt and others on the new range of threats to
international peace and security resulting from environmental
destruction. Issues discussed include refugees, climatic change and
the water crisis. In the first section of the text, the essays
examine the concept of environmental security. Then, two crucial
areas are explored: climatic change and biodiversity. The third
section describes the legal consequences of these new forms of
potential conflict, and the volume concludes by looking at the
implications for contemporary military forces and for politicians.
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