Cleo Paskal on geopolitics

2010, Foreign Affairs
Presented By: Cleo Paskal

Cleo Paskal addresses the highly interesting and critical geopolitical, security, legal, and economic implications of climate change. When an island nation disappears below rising sea levels, what happens to its economic rights? Where in the world can we expect conflict when borders need to be redrawn due to environmental change? How do we ensure energy security when energy systems are globally interconnected, and increasingly more vulnerable to wild climate fluctuations? Of particular concern to many countries, including Canada, are the unexpected alliances that will result from the new geophysical realities.


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