From the Environment and Human Security to Sustainable Security and Development

@article{Khagram2003FromTE,
  title={From the Environment and Human Security to Sustainable Security and Development},
  author={Sanjeev Khagram and W. Clark and Dana Firas Raad},
  journal={Journal of Human Development},
  year={2003},
  volume={4},
  pages={289 - 313}
}
This paper argues for a broader emphasis on sustainable security and sustainable development, and for examining both opportunities as well as threats to security. The authors note that many of the significant risks arising from human and natural interactions do not emerge at global or local levels, but at intermediate scales. They look at what different conceptual frameworks have to contribute to our understanding and review lessons from experience, illustrating where possible with work on… Expand
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