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Ecology of War and Peace : Counting Costs of Conflict :  Counting Costs of Conflict - Tom H. Hastings

Ecology of War and Peace : Counting Costs of Conflict

Counting Costs of Conflict

Paperback Published: October 2000
ISBN: 9780761817888
Number Of Pages: 168

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How do mobilization for war and the actual war effort affect the environment? How do ecological conditions encourage war? What are possible, non-violent solutions to the ecological- conflict dynamic? Ecology of War & Peace attempts to answer these questions in readable prose with an unapologetic bias toward non-violence.

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This book contains an excellent analysis of ways in which ideas about justice can enter the negotiation process.--Janna Thompson, La Trobe University "Pacifica Review "

Prefacep. vii
Acknowledgementsp. ix
Acronymsp. xi
Introduction: Spoils of warp. xiii
Where there's smoke, there are mirrors: DoD PRp. xvi
Worldwide webp. xvii
Ecological Costs of War Readinessp. 1
Pax Atomica: poisonous preparationp. 3
Trimmings from the Bomb: bury our mistakesp. 7
Depleted uranium: war with nuclear wastep. 9
In the interest of spacy sciencep. 11
Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty: betrayal as usualp. 12
Conventional biochem surprise: attacking from withinp. 15
Biophobic bioterrorists: are they aliens?p. 15
Better dying through chemicalsp. 17
Electromagnetic radiationp. 18
General Operations: he's a five-star hazardp. 20
Arms racism: military environmental injusticep. 25
Confluence of problems, coalition of protestp. 26
Nuclear, biological, chemical war on Native landsp. 29
Forced resource extraction from Native landsp. 34
Other militaries, other indigenous peoplesp. 35
Shooting Wars: Mother Earth as collateral damagep. 39
Carthage to Vietnam: salting, spraying, crateringp. 45
US vs Vietnam, people and landp. 46
UN vs Iraq, NATO vs Serbia: US leads attack on Earthp. 53
Desert Storm of bombs, tanks, pollutionp. 54
NATO attack unravels Balkan ecologyp. 56
Human flood: refugees flee before warp. 61
Ecological Causes of Conflictp. 69
Hydropolitics: water wars and the thirst for justicep. 77
Overdrawn at the river bank: stopping water warsp. 79
Damming big basins: damning peace in the valleyp. 81
Floods and fightingp. 82
Overpopulation or overconsumption: two bombsp. 85
WTO, poverty and conflictp. 87
Bang for the Buck: where to make a differencep. 89
Consumption bomb: craters of imperial extractionp. 90
Energy for war: fueling conflict and the arsenalsp. 95
Ecology of Peacep. 99
International law: citizens vs kakistocracyp. 101
Nonviolence: a new securityp. 109
Where nonviolence is most challengedp. 113
Nonviolent defense of the Earthp. 116
Constructive conflictp. 119
Miracles and war preventionp. 120
Diversity is stability: the holy grail of coalitionp. 124
A New Republic of insects, grasses, humansp. 126
Appendix 1p. 131
Appendix 2p. 133
Bibliographyp. 135
Indexp. 139
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ISBN: 9780761817888
ISBN-10: 0761817883
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 168
Published: October 2000
Publisher: UNIV PR OF AMER
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.91 x 15.19  x 0.97
Weight (kg): 0.25

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