Environmental Security: A Guide to the Issues

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Index
Aerosols, 148, 172
Agent Orange in Vietnam, 146–47; Operation Ranch Hand, 146; 2, 4, 5-T, a teratogenic compound, 146–47; use of defoliants and herbicides, 146
Agro-imperialism, 97–98; cash-rich nation, 98; “private good” aspects of food, 98
Albedo, 149, 172
Al Gore (Former U.S. Vice-President, Climate Change Activist), 178–80
Al Qaeda, 4, 13, 90, 176
Al-Saud monarchy, 51
Al Shabaab, 90, 166 “American atmosphere,” 13
Antarctic Treaty, 1959, 153, 156
Aquaculture, 85
Arab Spring, 165
Arctic: Arctic Thaw, 108–9; (high latitude land masses, 109; mass of sea ice lost, 109; projected winter surface temperature increase, 108); Arctic Transit, 109–13; (Arctic Transit Routes, 111; Canada and Russia plans, 112–13; increase in civilian ship and container traffic, 112; less sea ice cover; loss of summer sea ice, 110; Northern Sea Route to commercial shipping, 112; permanent Arctic base by U.S. Coast Guard, 113; sonar characteristics useful for submarines, 113; sonar signature, changes in, 113); commercial ships transporting goods, 20–21; lack of legal regime, 21; legal status of, 114–16; (circumpolar nations, benefits for, 114–15; North Atlantic Ice Patrol, 116; Northwest Passage, control claimed by Canada, 115; principle of mare liberum (free seas), 114; Russia’s claim of seabed, 115; snow and ice melt, 115–16; UNCLOS, 1982, 114–15); loss of sea ice, 20; mineral resources, 21; security impact of oil/ gas exploration, 113–14; (strategic minerals, 114; threat of militancy and in-country sabotage, 114; U.S. Arctic Research Commission, 113)
Asylum and non-refoulement, legal concepts of, 124
Auxiliary force in war, disease as, 132
Biofuels, production of, 72; fossil-based fuels for transportation, 72; World Annual Production, 73
BRICS countries, 53
Brown, Lester (President, Earth Policy Institute), 176–77

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