Climate Change and Arctic Security

Searching for a Paradigm Shift

Heather Exner-Pirot (Hrsg.), Lassi Heininen (Hrsg.)

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This book assesses the construction of security in the context of climate change, with a focus on the Arctic region. It examines and discusses changes in the security premises of the Arctic states, from traditional security to environmental and human security. In particular, the book explores how climate change impacts security discourses and premises as well as theoretically discussing the possibility for another change, from circumpolar stability into peaceful change. Chapters cover topics such as the ethics of climate change in the arctic, China’s emerging power and influence on arctic climate security, the discursive transformation of the definition of security and the intersection between urban, climate and Arctic studies. The book concludes with the question of whether a paradigm shift in our understanding of traditional security is possible, and whether it is already occurring in the Arctic. 

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environmental and human security, The Arctic Paradox, globailzed arctic, climate change and arctic security, China, climate change and international security, Geopolitics, Sustainable development, arctic security, Urbanization, climate change ethics, Human security, urban environments in a changing Arctic, Wicked problems, Arctic Environmental Protection Strategy (AEPS), Security studies