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Beyond resource wars : scarcity, environmental degradation, and international cooperation / edited by Shlomi Dinar.

Contributor(s): Dinar, Shlomi [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Global environmental accords: Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, ©2011Description: 1 online resource (xii, 335 pages) : illustrations.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780262295505; 0262295504.Subject(s): Environmental policy -- International cooperation | Environmental management -- International cooperation | Environmental protection -- International cooperationAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Beyond resource wars.DDC classification: 333.7 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Resource scarcity and environmental degradation : analyzing international conflict and cooperation / Shlomi Dinar -- Climate change, cooperation, and resource scarcity / Robert Mendelsohn -- Ozone depletion : international cooperation over a degraded resource / Elizabeth R. DeSombre -- Biodiversity protection in international negotiations : cooperation and conflict / G. Kristin Rosendal -- Transboundary cooperation to address acid rain : Europe, North America, and East Asia compared / Miranda A. Schreurs -- Conflict and cooperation in the Mediterranean : MAP from 1975 to today / Gabriela Kütting -- Degradation and cooperation on the high seas : the case of international fisheries management / J. Samuel Barkin -- Conflict and cooperation along international rivers : scarcity, bargaining strategies, and negotiation / Shlomi Dinar -- Is oil worth fighting for? Evidence from three cases / Christopher J. Fettweis -- Responses to alternative forms of mineral scarcity : conflict and cooperation / Deborah J. Shields and Slavko V. Šolar -- Resource scarcity and environmental degradation : implications for the development of international cooperation / Shlomi Dinar.
Summary: Common wisdom holds that the Earth's dwindling natural resources and increasing environmental degradation will inevitably lead to inter-state conflict, and possibly even set off 'resource wars'. This book offers a different perspective on the links between environmental problems and inter-state conflict.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Resource scarcity and environmental degradation : analyzing international conflict and cooperation / Shlomi Dinar -- Climate change, cooperation, and resource scarcity / Robert Mendelsohn -- Ozone depletion : international cooperation over a degraded resource / Elizabeth R. DeSombre -- Biodiversity protection in international negotiations : cooperation and conflict / G. Kristin Rosendal -- Transboundary cooperation to address acid rain : Europe, North America, and East Asia compared / Miranda A. Schreurs -- Conflict and cooperation in the Mediterranean : MAP from 1975 to today / Gabriela Kütting -- Degradation and cooperation on the high seas : the case of international fisheries management / J. Samuel Barkin -- Conflict and cooperation along international rivers : scarcity, bargaining strategies, and negotiation / Shlomi Dinar -- Is oil worth fighting for? Evidence from three cases / Christopher J. Fettweis -- Responses to alternative forms of mineral scarcity : conflict and cooperation / Deborah J. Shields and Slavko V. Šolar -- Resource scarcity and environmental degradation : implications for the development of international cooperation / Shlomi Dinar.

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Common wisdom holds that the Earth's dwindling natural resources and increasing environmental degradation will inevitably lead to inter-state conflict, and possibly even set off 'resource wars'. This book offers a different perspective on the links between environmental problems and inter-state conflict.

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