The Securitization of Climate Change: A Developmental Perspective

@inproceedings{Peters2016TheSO,
  title={The Securitization of Climate Change: A Developmental Perspective},
  author={K. Peters and L. Mayhew},
  year={2016}
}
Ever since climate change was discussed at the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) in 2007, the labelling of climate change as a security threat has proliferated. A growing body of literature champions this perspective (CNA 2007; Schwartz and Randall 2003). It stems largely from the United States, but more recently also from Europe and multilateral bodies such as the G7, and is heavily influenced by the politics and ‘speech acts’ of prominent leaders (see Romm 2011). Academic analysis of the… Expand
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