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The Securitization of Climate Change

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The Securitization of Climate Change
Title
The Securitization of Climate Change
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eng
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non fiction
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dictionaries
Series statement
The Anthropocene: Politik{u2014}Economics{u2014}Society{u2014}Science
Series volume
v.10
The Securitization of Climate Change
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The Securitization of Climate Change
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Contents
  • Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Contents -- Abbreviations -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Introduction -- 1 The Strategic Dissonance of Australia's Climate Security Response -- Abstract -- 1.1 Climate Change in Australian Military and National Security Discourse -- 1.2 General Purpose of This Book -- 1.3 Guide to Reading -- References -- Climate Security: The Physical and Policy Basis -- 2 Climate Security-The Physical Basis -- Abstract -- 2.1 Defining Climate Security -- 2.2 Overview of Climate Science -- 2.3 Climate Change and Implications for Security and Military Forces -- 2.4 Global and Military GHG Emissions -- 2.4.1 Current Global GHG Emissions and Projections -- 2.4.2 Military GHG Emissions -- 2.5 International Political Response to Climate Change -- 2.6 Chapter Conclusion -- References -- 3 Climate Security in Europe, the US and the UN Security Council -- Abstract -- 3.1 A General History of Climate Security -- 3.2 Climate Security in Europe and the United States -- 3.2.1 Climate Security in European Policy -- 3.2.2 Climate Security in United States Policy -- 3.3 Climate Security in the United Nations Security Council -- 3.4 Chapter Conclusion -- References -- Case Studies in Climate Securitisation -- 4 Case Study Aim and Method -- Abstract -- 4.1 Aim -- 4.2 Analytical Framework and Method -- 4.2.1 Analytical Framework -- 4.2.2 Method -- 4.3 Limitations -- 4.4 Chapter Conclusion -- References -- 5 Climate Security Case Study: Australia -- Abstract -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Climate Security in Australian Political and Military Strategic Programmes -- 5.2.1 Introduction -- 5.2.2 Prime Minister(s) -- 5.2.2.1 Prime Minister John Howard -- 5.2.2.2 Prime Ministers Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard -- 5.2.3 Minister for Defence -- 5.2.4 ADF Executive (Chief of Defence Force and Secretary of Defence)
  • 5.3 Climate Security in ADF Operational and Tactical Programmes -- 5.3.1 Overview -- 5.3.2 Senior ADF Operational and Tactical Commanders -- 5.3.3 Mid-ranking ADF Operational and Tactical Officers -- 5.3.4 Climate Change in ADF Doctrine -- 5.3.5 ADF Operational and Tactical Climate Change Response Measures -- 5.4 Climate Security Discourse in Australia Update, 2013-2017 -- 5.5 Chapter Conclusion -- References -- 6 Climate Security Case Study: United States -- Abstract -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Climate Security in US Political and Military Strategic Programme -- 6.2.1 Presidential Programme Results and Analysis -- 6.2.1.1 President George W. Bush -- 6.2.1.2 President Barack Obama -- 6.2.2 Secretary of Defence (SECDEF) Programme -- 6.2.2.1 Secretary Rumsfeld -- 6.2.2.2 Secretary Gates -- 6.2.2.3 Secretaries Panetta and Hagel -- 6.2.3 Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff -- 6.3 Climate Security in US Operational and Tactical Programme -- 6.3.1 Secretary of the Navy -- 6.3.2 Chief of Naval Operations (CNO) -- 6.3.2.1 Summary of CNO Programme -- 6.3.3 US Navy Oceanographer and Commander Pacific Fleet -- 6.4 Chapter Conclusion -- References -- 7 Climate Securitisation in the US and Australia: Discussion -- Abstract -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 General Finding on Political Influence -- 7.3 Climate Securitisation in the Centre-Right Governments of US and Australia -- 7.4 Climate Securitisation in the ADF Under a Centre-Left Government -- 7.5 Climate Securitisation in the US Under a Centre-Left Government -- 7.6 US Military Climate Response Under Centre-Left Political Leadership -- 7.6.1 Similarities in Military Climate Response -- 7.6.2 Differences in US and Australian Military Climate Response -- 7.7 Chapter Conclusion -- References -- Conclusion -- 8 Conclusion and Outlook -- References -- Bibliography -- About the Author
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