Book Launch Event during the 7 th IHDP Open Meeting Facing Global Environmental Change Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concepts

  title={Book Launch Event during the 7 th IHDP Open Meeting Facing Global Environmental Change Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concepts},
  author={Hans G{\"u}nter and {\'U}rsula Oswald Spring and John Grin and Czeslaw Mesjasz and Patricia Kameri-mbote and Navnita Chadha Behera and B{\'e}chir Chourou and Eckart Ehlers},
Contextualization of Global Environmental Change.- Introduction: Facing Global Environmental Change and Sectorialization of Security.- The International System, Great Powers, and Environmental Change since 1900.- The Millennium Ecosystem Assessment: Securing Interactions between Ecosystems, Ecosystem Services and Human Well-being.- Securitization of Global Environmental Change.- Securitizing Global Environmental Change.- Natural Climatic Variations in the Holocene: Past Impacts on Cultural… 

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