Good, green news! The Handbook on Climate Change and Human Security, a publication which links the complexities of climate change to the wellbeing and resilience of human populations, has been released ahead of schedule. Of these many featured links and authors includes Dr. Richard Matthew, Director of the Center for Unconventional Security Affairs. The Director’s contribution entitled, “Space, Time and Scales of Human Security in Climate Change,” deals with framing the overall issue of climate change and human security.
The handbook is edited by Michael R. Redclift of King’s College, University of London, UK and Marco Grasso of Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca, Italy. It is written in an engaging and accessible way but also conveys the state of the art on both climate change research and work into human security, utilizing both disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches. The Handbook is international in scope and provides an assessment that will be of value to academics, students and policy professionals alike. NGOs and policy institutes which need a grasp of the specificity and range of the issues and problems will also find this book insightful.
Its eBooks are available for individuals through Google eBookstore, eBooks.com and CourseSmart and for libraries through EBSCOhost, Ebrary, EBL, Myilibrary and Dawsonera.
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