Géopolitique et climat


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How is climate change shifting the balance of power?

Drawing on global comparisons and historical examples, Pierre Blanc provides a geopolitical perspective on the climate. He analyses the responses of different political regimes to this unprecedented crisis, evaluating the risks of climate war and the increase in insecurities. He identifies the territories that are the most affected by the changing climate, whether for better or for worse. Finally, he also examines the new power relations that are emerging in a world on the path to a low-carbon economy, and stresses the need for Europe to use its normative power for the good of the climate.


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Specifications


Publisher
Presses de Sciences Po
Author
Pierre Blanc,
Collection
Essai
Language
French
Publisher Category
> Geopolitics > International Relations
Publisher Category
> Geopolitics > Sustainable Development
Publisher Category
> Environment
Publisher Category
> Geopolitics
Publisher Category
> International field
Publisher Category
> Sustainable Development
BISAC Subject Heading
POL011000 POLITICAL SCIENCE / International Relations
BIC subject category (UK)
RN The environment > JPS International relations > JPSL Geopolitics
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
Title First Published
12 May 2023
Type of Work
Monograph
Includes
Index, Bibliography

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Product Detail
1
Publication Date
08 June 2021
ISBN-13
9782724636963
Product Content
Text (eye-readable)
Extent
Main content page count : 184, Front matter page count (Roman) : 184
Code
9782724636963
Dimensions
16 x 24 cm
Weight
220 grams
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


Introduction

Chapitre 1. Climat et puissance
Un moteur historique à quatre temps 

Chapitre 2. Climat et régimes politiques
Des liaisons dangereuses

Chapitre 3. Insécurités humaines
Quand le politique décuple le climatique

Chapitre 4. Aléas du ciel et enfer sur terre
Vers des guerres climatiques ?

Chapitre 5. Gagnants et perdants directs
Une prospective incertaine

Chapitre 6. Perdants et gagnants indirects
Géopolitique d'une bifurcation incertaine

Conclusion

Bibliographie

Annexe