Ken Conca and Geoffrey Dabelko have put together an interesting and useful volume on the potential linkages between environmental cooperation and peace... informative and well written... should be read by scholars and policy actors interested in the potential ways environmental cooperations might promote peace rather than violence.(Rodger A. Payne ECSP Report)
There is clearly a need for a book on this topic. The time has come to assess the consequences of environmental institutions and the opportunities they provide for cooperation and initiative.(Raimo Väyrynen, University of Notre Dame)
The arguments developed in Environmental Peacemaking will be of extraordinary value, especially in shared watersheds, if we are to sustainably meet these needs.(Christopher Behf Natural Resources Forum)
Provocative and invaluable... makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the link between environment cooperation and peace.(Dimitrios Konstadakopulos Perspectives on Politics)
A provocative and invaluable book... makes a significant contribution to our understanding of the link between environment cooperation and peace.(Dimitrios Konstadakopulos American Political Science Review)
It should be of interest to scholars in the field of environmental security, environmental politics and international relations.(Hilary Nixon International Environmental Agreements)
Ken Conca is associate professor of government and politics at the University of Maryland and director of the Harrison Program on the Future Global Agenda. Geoffrey D. Dabelko is director of the Environmental Change and Security Project at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.