From Environmental Security to Comprehensive Security: A Necessary Expansion

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Part of the SpringerBriefs on Pioneers in Science and Practice book series (BRIEFSPIONEER, volume 13)

Abstract

The natural resources of the earth, both living and non-living, are most unevenly distributed. Many of them are thus in short supply or even absent in various countries.

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  1. 1.Security and EducationWesting Associates in EnvironmentPutneyUSA

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