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Implications of Climate Change and Disasters on Military Activities Building Resiliency and Mitigating Vulnerability in the Balkan Region


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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 04/2017
Edizione: 1st ed. 2017


Crisis and Disaster Management Terminology; S. Stoyanov.- Towards a Balkan’s Data for Disaster Management Collaborative?; M. Van den Homberg.- Modern Global Problems Related to Climate Changes and their Impact on South Caucasus and Georgia; N. Chitadze.- Disasters and Security: Key Concepts; C. Bruch.- Disaster Risk Management: Planning for Multiple Stressors and Risks Using Whole of Government Approaches; G. Petrov.- On the Necessity of Improving the Research Infrastructure in the Western Black Sea for the Purposes of Flood Risk Management; L. Pashova et al.- Floods in the Republic of Serbia (2014) – Response and Lessons Learned; K. Strbac.- Military Medical Detachment for Emergency Response – Tool for Disaster Medical Education and Interaction; R. Kostadinov, A. Dimitrov.- CIMIC in Medical Disaster Relief Operations; R. Kostadinov.- Condition and Impacts of Climate Change; C. Hanrahan.- Disaster Risk Management: Planning for Multiple Stressors and Risks Using Whole of Government Approaches; J. Vivekananda.- Disaster Risk Management: Assessing and Leveraging Existing Capacities; C. Bruch.- Geoinformatics for Disaster Risk Assessment, Monitoring, and Management; A.R. Fisher.- How are Climate Change and Human Security Interrelated?; J. Vivekananda.- Climate Change Implications on Military Activities; S. Stoyanov; Operation Damayan; I. Chiu.- Approaches on Building of Resiliency, Mitigation Vulnerability by Radioactive Sources and Management of Radiological Situation in Albania; L. Qafmolla.- Tuning Military Concepts, Doctrine and Force Design to Mitigate Human Security Challenges arising from Global Environmental Change; J.A. Andrews.- Environmental Security and Climate Change – a ‘Security Assessment of the Balkan Region’; W.C. King et al.- Climate Change – Fundamentals, Agroclimate Conditions in Bulgaria and Resilience Agriculture through Adaptation; V. Kazandjiev.- Climate Change and Water as a Resource will cause Serious Security Implications around the Globe; K. Delev.


This volume provides preliminary recommendations on ways to educate and develop experience-based expertise among disaster response, security and other professionals from diverse backgrounds, whose current and future interests relate to crisis management.

The book takes a multidisciplinary approach to improving regional security cooperation and to addressing the complex issues of climate change and disasters on military activities.

The main aims of this proceedings volume are: 

-to provide an Education and Individual Training Activity Common Core Curriculum, whose main purpose is to support increased awareness of the implications of Climate Change;

-to identify broad issues on climate change and disasters, particularly those with the highest importance and relevance to regional security.

The Crisis Management and Disaster Response Centre of Excellence (CMDR COE) conducted an Advanced Research Workshop “Climate Change Implications on Military Activities in the Balkans Region” between 05-07 July, 2016. The event was supported by the NATO Science for Peace (SPS) Program and gathered distinguished experts from various international organizations and civil-military agencies.


The Crisis Management and Disaster Response Centre of Excellence (CMDR COE) was built by virtue of the Memorandum of Understanding between the Defence Ministries of Bulgaria, Greece and Poland and the Allied Command Transformation (ACT), signed on 28 August 2013 Norfolk, USA. Following a decision of the North Atlantic Council (NAC), the Centre  has earned status as the 21st NATO`s Centre of Excellence and has been activated since March 31, 2015 as a NATO Military Body with a granted international status under the Paris Protocols.

In present strategic environment, the Centre takes on the important task to build capacity of NATO capabilities in crisis management and disaster response. As part of NATO Smart Defence initiative, it will contribute to enhance the interoperability through research, analyzes, lessons learned, and, sharing of information in the aspects of crisis management and disaster response. The Centre has continuously developed and, in some cases expanded the expertise in order to meet the needs of NATO capabilities in the field of crisis management and disaster response. The CMDR COE has provided robust training and has been a home for many workshops, experiments and seminars.Since its accreditation, Crisis Management and Disaster Response Centre Excellence (CMDR COE) has developed four NATO Selected courses annually.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security
Dimensioni: 235 x 155 mm Ø 4085 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:50 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 158
Pagine Romane: xxvii

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