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January 23, 2003: Population Growth Leading to Land Hunger
IUCN-The World Conservation Union, 2002). Peter Gizewski and Thomas Homer Dixon, "Environmental Scarcity and Violent Conflict: The Case of Pakistan," Occasional Paper for the Project on Environment, Population and Security (Washington ...
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Trade, Aid and Security (TAS)
Conflict Conflict Sensitive Business Practice The Extractive Sector and Conflict The Finance Sector and Conflict »  Environment and Security (E&S) Conservation and Conflict Conflict-sensitive Conservation Conservation in Times of Conflict Conservation in Post-conflict ... of natural resources for international commerce can contribute to violent conflict at the sub-state and international level, and ...
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Business and Conflict
Conflict Environment and Security Policy ENVSEC Initiative Emerging Environment and Security Issues Key Message The actions of irresponsible businesses in fragile states can trigger violent conflict. Conversely, conflict ... between business and violent conflict. We make the business case for conflict prevention, and suggest ways that business can support peace. Contents Conflict Sensitive Business ...
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Pacific Institute: Water and Conflict
Climate Impacts and Adaptation Integrity of Science Water and Conflict Water resources have rarely, if ever, been the sole source of violent conflict or war. But this fact has led some ... in conflict, the Institute maintains an on-line, searchable bibliography on water and conflict. Print Email RELATED REPORTS AND RESEARCH Fire and Water Research Paper Water and Conflict Chronology Water and Conflict ...
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Security, Development and Forest Conflict: a forum for action
Some evidence suggests that community forestry efforts reduce the incidence of violent conflict, although ... operating in conflict areas, and on efforts to reduce the environmental impacts of refugees. Some evidence suggests that community forestry efforts reduce the incidence of violent conflict, although ...
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IELRC.ORG - Environment & Conflict Linkages: an Overview
Trigger: Spark off & escalate violent conflict e.g.severe drought, a devastating flood or a volcanic eruption Sustainer: Aggravate, perpetuate conflict ...
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Lifewater International - the global need - water and conflict
Water and Conflict ... . The presence of accessible safe water is important in preventing conflict and taking care of people in the midst of violent conflict. Lifewater International helps people have access to safe, clean ...
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National Geographic Adventure Mag.: Photographer Ami Vitale's outtakes from "Stomping Grounds," a report from ground zero of the conflict between humans and elephants.
Photographer Ami Vitale's outtakes from "Stomping Grounds," a report from ground zero of the conflict between humans and elephants. Adventure Main | E-mail the Editors | Adventure Customer Service | Subscribe ... Assam, where a wild elephant population numbering some 5,000 has been pushed into increasingly violent conflict with a burgeoning number of human inhabitants. As a result, over the course of ...
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Foreign Affairs - Is Ethnic Conflict Inevitable? - James Habyarimana, Macartan Humphreys, Daniel Posner, Jeremy Weinstein, Richard Rosecrance, Arthur Stein, and Jerry Z. Muller
March/April 2008) tells a disconcerting story about the potential for ethnic diversity to generate violent conflict. He argues that ethnic nationalism -- which stems from a deeply felt need for each ... a basis for political organization and the source of persistent national political crisis and violent conflict since independence. Remarkably, we found no evidence that people care more for the welfare ...
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A violent culture is not the only one conceivable
Within a nation, other nations are commonly referred to as dictatorial, violent, or corrupt. Within every nation, however, the same standard of critical observation is never ... also noted bias toward Israel in its conflict with its native Palestinians and with Arab neighbors. The U.S. is almost universally seen as supremely violent, starting with atomic bombs used on ...
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