Trends in Environmental Studies in Southeast Asia: Transboundary Haze

@inproceedings{Varkkey2017TrendsIE,
  title={Trends in Environmental Studies in Southeast Asia: Transboundary Haze},
  author={Helena Varkkey},
  year={2017}
}
Environmental politics is part of an emerging and exciting field of study in Southeast Asia. The literature on politics and governance in Southeast Asia and ASEAN has for many years been overwhelmingly dominated by ‘hard’ issues of security and economics, and not so much by ‘soft’ issues like the environment. This is unsurprising considering that ASEAN was founded primarily to accelerate economic growth and political security in the region. However of course, hand in hand with the increased… CONTINUE READING

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