|Affiliations:||Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts||Title:||Climate change and security||Journal:||Proceedings of the 5th International Scientific and Professional Conference “Security and Crises Management–Theory and Practice SeCMan 2019”||First page:||1||Last page:||10||Conference:||5th International Scientific and Professional Conference “Security and Crises Management–Theory and Practice SeCMan 2019”. Belgrade, 03-04th October||Issue Date:||2019||Rank:||M33||ISBN:||978-86-80692-04-3||URL:||https://bekmen.rs/zbornik/2019/2019-Zbornik-ENG.pdf||Abstract:||
Security implications of climate change have become increasingly present in policy making and research domain since the early 2000s. The same climate change impacts can lead to different outcomes in different contexts. As a result of its context-dependency, climate change should be seen as exposing already existing vulnerabilities rather than causing them. Therefore, climate change does not necessarily cause insecurity, but increases the risk of insecurity instead. As such it touches upon various domain like disaster risk management, critical infrastructure management, migrations, resilience and vulnerability management etc. This paper has for its aim to shed light on some security threats that may come as a consequence of climate change, like health, food, water security etc. It elaborates general impacts of climate change on different aspects of security while also reflecting on Serbian context.
|Keywords:||climate change | security | human and biophysical systems||Publisher:||Regional association for security and crisis management & S4 GLOSEC Global security||Project:||Development of new information and communication technologies, based on advanced mathematical methods, with applications in medicine, telecommunications, power systems, protection of national heritage and education|
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