Special Issue "Finding Common Ground. Conservation and Conflict Resolution/Prevention"
A special issue of Sustainability (ISSN 2071-1050).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 September 2017)
Prof. Saleem Ali
Blue and Gold Distinguished Professor of Energy and the Environment, Department of Geography/ Center for Energy and Environmental Policy, University of Delaware, USA
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Interests: social policy, international relations; social change; environmental management; environment and conflict resolution; environmental assessment; human security; mining; extractive industries; oil; gas; international security; peace & conflict studies; sustainable development; environmental governance; global governance; public diplomacy; development cooperation; environmental politics; sustainable economic development; energy politics
In a world that increasingly faces challenges both with regard to political and ecological instabilities, we find it imperative to reflect these challenges in relation to each other for a meaningful contribution to their solution. Accordingly, this Special Issue on “Finding Common Ground. Conservation and Conflict Resolution/Prevention” will focus on how environmental factors can be a means of fostering global consensus and cooperation rather than generating conflict.
We are interested in a range of submissions from various disciplines that consider conceptual aspects of environmental peace‑building and ecological planning for regional cooperation. Case studies which are empirically ground and have theoretical insights drawn from them are also welcome. How sustainability science can be an effective means of changing perceptions of social and ecological conflicts would also be very appropriate for this issue. Collaborative papers between academics and environmental practitioners as joint authors are particularly encouraged.
Prof. Dr. Saleem Ali
Manuscript Submission Information
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- environmental conflict resolution
- ecological peace
- environmental peace-building
- cooperative conservation
- peace parks
- environmental security
- political ecology
- social ecology