free access   Volume 35, Number 1, Winter-Spring 2015

Table of Contents

The Era of Man: Environmental Security on a Changing Planet

free access   Editors’ Note

pp. 1-4
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Essays

The Anthropocene Present

free access   Confronting Climate Change and Reframing Security

pp. 5-16
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Models of Change

free access   Demographic Resilience: Linking Population Dynamics, the Environment, and Security

pp. 17-27
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free access   Did We See It Coming?: State Fragility, Climate Vulnerability, and the Uprisings in Syria and Egypt

pp. 29-46
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free access   Analyzing Climate Uncertainty and Risk with an Integrated Assessment Model

pp. 47-59
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Energy and Electricity

free access   Climate Change Blowback: The Threats to Energy Security

pp. 61-72
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free access   Enemy Number One for the Electric Grid: Mother Nature

pp. 73-86
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free access   America’s Forgotten Nuclear Waste Dump in the Pacific

pp. 87-97
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Migration and Resettlement

free access   Climate Change, Migration, and the Demand for Greater Resources: Challenges and Responses

pp. 99-108
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free access   Climate-Induced Resettlement: Environmental Change and the Planned Relocation of Communities

pp. 109-117
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Crime and Illegality

free access   Green Terror: Environmental Crime and Illicit Financing

pp. 119-131
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free access   The Dragon as a Fisherman: China’s Distant Water Fishing Fleet and the Export of Environmental Insecurity

pp. 133-144
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Cooperation and Competition

free access   Conflict Basins: Powderkegs to Peacepipes

pp. 145-157
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free access   International Military Cooperation and Water Security in the Sahel: A New Approach to Old Problems

pp. 159-167
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free access   Signals, Noise, and Swans in Today’s Arctic

pp. 169-181
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Long-Form Essay

free access   Flower of War: An Environmental History of Opium Poppy in Afghanistan

pp. 183-200
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Book Reviews

free access   Here Be Dragons: Robert Kaplan’s The Revenge of Geography

pp. 201-203
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free access   In Search of a Slingshot: Climate Action’s David and the Goliath of Deregulated Capitalism

pp. 205-210
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