Oswald Spring, Ursula, Brauch, Hans Günter, Tidball, Keith (Eds.)
2014, VI, 219 p. 33 illus., 27 illus. in color.
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Addresses linkages between sustainability, transition and sustainable peace
Focuses on peace, environmental education, community-based ecological restoration and ability expectation
Underlines the need to combat trafficking of women and children by transnational crime rings in Nigeria, a national security threat
This book has peer-reviewed chapters by scholars from Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, Mexico, and the USA that were presented to the Ecology and Peace Commission (EPC) of the International Peace Research Association (IPRA) in November 2012 in Japan. The chapters address these themes: Expanding Peace Ecology – Peace, Security,Sustainability, Equity, and Gender; Two Discourses on Global Climate Change Impacts:From Climate Change and Security to Sustainability Transition; Peace Research and Greening in the Red Zone: Community-based Ecological Restoration to Enhance Resilience and Transitions Toward Peace; Social and Environmental Vulnerability in a River Basin of Mexico; Mobile Learning, Rebuilding Community Through Building Communities, Supporting Community Capacities: Post Natural Disaster Experience; Transforming Consciousness through Peace Environmental Education; Building Peace by Rebuilding Community; Ability Expectations and Peace and on Satoyama Sustainability and Peace.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Community Capacities - Ecological Restoration - International Trafficking - Peace Building and Education - Peace Research - Security - Sustainability Transition - Sustainable Peace
Expanding Peace Ecology: Peace, Security, Sustainability, Equity, and Gender.- From Climate Change and Security Impacts to Sustainability Transition: Two Policy Debates and Scientific Discourses.- Peace Research and Greening in the Red Zone: Community-based Ecological Restoration to Enhance Resilience and Transitions Toward Peace.- Social and Environmental Vulnerability in a River Basin of Mexico.- Mobile Learning, Rebuilding Community Through Building Communities, Supporting Community Capacities: Post Natural Disaster Experiences.- Beyond the Surface: The Deeper Challenge in Environmental Education—Transforming Consciousness Through Peace Environmental Education.- Building Peace by Rebuilding Community Through Women in Japan.- ‘Culture of Peace’ from an Ability and Disability Studies Lens.- Converting the Forces of Nature into a Cultural Force: An Invitation to Pursue the Study of Satoyamas.