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Environmental Change and Security Program Report 8

Environmental Change and Security Program Report 8

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What should have happened at the Johannesburg World Summit on Sustainable Development? And, given the Summit's decidedly mixed results, what should happen next? The 2002 issue of the Environmental Change and Security Program Report features 19 commentaries by experts worldwide on the most important issues for Johannesburg and beyond. Complete report.
What should have happened at the Johannesburg World Summit on Sustainable Development? And, given the Summit's decidedly mixed results, what should happen next? The 2002 issue of the Environmental Change and Security Program Report features 19 commentaries by experts worldwide on the most important issues for Johannesburg and beyond. Complete report.

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ISSUE NO. 8 THE WOODROW WILSON CENTER SUMMER 2002
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COMMENTARIESWhat is to be Done at Johannesburg?Issues for the World Summit on Sustainable DevelopmentARTICLESPopulation, Poverty, and Vulnerability: Mitigating the Effectsof Natural Disasters
George Martine and Jose Miguel Guzman
Migration, Population Change, and the Rural Environment
Richard E. Bilsborrow
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Security and Ecology in the Age of Globalization
Simon Dalby
In Defense of Environment and Security Research
Richard A. Matthew
SPECIAL REPORTFire and Water: Technologies, Institutions, and Social Issuesin Arms Control and Transboundary Water-ResourcesAgreements
Elizabeth L. Chalecki, Peter H. Gleick, Kelli L. Larson,Arian L. Pregenzer, and Aaron T. Wolf
Plus: Reviews of New Publications, Official Statements,ECSP Meeting Summaries, Organizational Updates,and Bibliography
This publication is made possible through support provided by the Office of Population, U.S. Agency for International Development, andthe University of Michigan, under the terms of Grant No. HRN-A-00-00-00001. The opinions expressed herein are those of the authors anddo not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. Agency for International Development, the University of Michigan, or the Woodrow WilsonCenter.
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The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars,
located in the Ronald Reagan Building in the heart of Washington D.C., was foundedin 1968 by Congress as the nation’s memorialto President Woodrow Wilson. Through itsrenowned fellows program and a range of regional and functional programmaticactivities, the non-partisan center fostersscholarship and dialogue in the humanities andthe social sciences. As such, The Wilson Centerserves as an ideal meeting place for scholars andpractitioners of widely divergent ideologicaland professional backgrounds. Meetings aremarked by free intellectual exchange, reflecting a tradition of bringing togetherpeople who differ in discipline, profession, and nationality, but who share aninterest in a subject and in having their views challenged in lively debate
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The Wilson Center is directed by The Honorable Lee H. Hamilton and its Boardof Directors is chaired by Joseph B. Gildenhorn. Prior to becoming Director,Lee Hamilton served for thirty–four years as a United States Congressmanfrom Indiana. He served as a member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs,now the Committee on International Relations, for his entire tenure.
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The Secretary of State 
Colin L. Powell,
The Librarian of  Congress 
 James H. Billington,
The Archivist of the United States 
 John W. Carlin,
The Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities 
Bruce Cole,
The Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution
Lawrence M. Small,
The Secretary of Education
Roderick R. Paige,
The Secretary of  Health & Human Services 
Tommy G. Thompson.P
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Diane Aboulafia-D’Jaen, Charles S. Ackerman, B.B. Andersen, Cyrus A. Ansary, Charles F. Barber,Lawrence E. Bathgate II, Joseph C. Bell, Esq., A. Oakley Brooks, Charles W. Burson, ConradCafritz, Nicola L. Caiola, Raoul L. Carroll, ScottCarter, Albert V. Casey, Peter B. Clark, William T.Coleman, Michael D. DiGiacomo, F. SamuelEberts III, J. David Eller, Sim Farar, Susan R.Farber, Barbara Hackman Franklin, MortonFunger, Gregory Gallo, Chris G. Gardiner, EricGarfinkel, Bruce S. Gelb, Gordon D. Giffin,Stephen J. Gilbert, Alma Gildenhorn, David F.Girard-diCarlo, Michael B. Goldberg, William E.Grayson, Raymond A. Guenter, Gerland T.Halpin, Edward L. Hardin, Jr., Carla A. Hills, EricHotung, Frances Humphrey Howard, John L.Howard, Darrell E. Issa, Jerry Jasinowski, Brenda LaGrange Johnson, Shelly Kamins, Edward W.Kelley, Jr., Anastasia D. Kelly, Christopher J.Kennan, Michael V. Kostiw, Steven Kotler, PaulKranhold, William H. Kremer, Denny LeVett,Harold O. Levy, David Link, David S. Mandel, John P. Manning, Edwin S. Marks, Jay Mazur,Robert McCarthy, Stephen G. McConahey,Donlad F. McLellan, J. Kenneth Menges, Jr.,Philip Merrill, Jeremiah L. Murphy, Martha T.Muse, Della M. Newman, John E. Osborn, PaulHae Park, Gerald L. Parsky, Michael J. Polenske,Donald Robert Quartel, Jr., John L. Richardson,Margaret Milner Richardson, Larry Richman,Edwin Robbins, Jr., Robert G. Rogers, OttoRuesch, B. Francis Saul, III, Timothy R. Scully, Alan M. Schwartz, J. Michael Shepherd, George P.Shultz, Raja W. Sidawi, Deborah Siebert, ThomasL. Siebert, Kenneth Siegel, Ron Silver, William A.Slaughter, Jame Small, Thomas F. Stephenson, Wilmer Thomas, Norma Kline Tiefel, Mark C.Treanor, Christine M. Warnke, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Pete Wilson, Deborah Wince-Smith,Herbert S. Winokur, Jr., Paul Martin Wolff, JosephZappala, Richard S. Ziman
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Population growth. Water scarcity. Degraded ecosystems. Resource depletion.Forced migration. Pandemic disease. Since 1994, the Environmental Changeand Security Project has explored the connections among these major challengesas well as their links to conflict, human insecurity, and foreign policy. Throughits meetings, its publications, its comprehensive Web site, and the original re-search carried out by its staff and scholars, ECSP serves as an informationclearinghouse on these issues, and creates special programming and publica-tions and encourages dialogue among scholars, policymakers, andnongovernmental organizations. Its two annual journals,
The Environmental Change and Security Project Report 
and
The China Environment Series,
are readby over 7,000 policymakers, practitioners, journalists, scholars, and interestedcitizens. ECSP is directed by Geoffrey D. Dabelko and is housed in the WilsonCenter’s Division of International Studies, headed by Robert S. Litwak.ECSP is supported by the U.S. Agency for International Development Office of Population through a cooperative agreement with the University of MichiganPopulation Fellows Programs. ECSP and its China Environment Forum alsoreceive support from the Carnegie Copration of New York, the W. Alton JonesFoundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the U.S. Institute of Peace, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and U.S. Department of  Agriculture.The Wilson Center, established by Congress in 1968 as a memorial to the nation’stweny-eighth president, fosters scholarship and intellectual exchange among scholars and practitioners. It sponsors an international fellows program, has anindependent Board of Trustees (composed of ten citizens appointed by the Presi-dent of the United States and nine government officials—including the Secretary of State), is non-partisan, and does not take positions on any public policy is-sues. The Center is directed by the Honorable Lee H. Hamilton and its Boardof Directors is chaired by Jospeh B. Gildenhorn.
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’s Updatesections.Environmental Change and Security ProjectThe Woodrow Wilson CenterOne Woodrow Wilson Plaza • 1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW  Washington, DC 20004-3027Tel: 202-691-4130 • Fax: 202-691-4184E-mail: ecspwwic@wwic.si.eduInternet: http://ecsp.si.edu
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Robert Lalasz
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Richard E. Thomas
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Timothy Hildebrandt Jennifer Kaczor Ariel Méndez Jennifer L. Turner
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Matthew CorsoNaomi GreengrassOlga Levitsky 
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Thomas E. Lovejoy, Co-Chair 
 World Bank 
P.J. Simmons, Co-Chair 
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
 John Bongaarts
The Population Council
 Judith Bruce
The Population Council
 Jose Maria Figueres
Former President of Costa Rica 
David Gergen
The Newshour with Jim Lehrer 
 Jack A. Goldstone
University of California, Davis
Thomas F. Homer-Dixon
University of Toronto
Robert L. Hutchings
Princeton University 
Donald Kennedy 
Stanford University 
Paul Kennedy 
Yale University 
 Jessica Tuchman Mathews
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Lt. General E.J. Rokke (Ret.)
Moravian College
Senator Alan Simpson
Harvard University 
Bruce Smart 
Former Under Secretary of Commercefor International Trade
Larry K. Smith
Business Executives for National Security 
PHOTOGRAPHY CREDITS: UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED,ALL PHOTOGRAPHS BY DAVID HAWXHURST,WILSONCENTER PHOTOGRAPHER
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Commentaries
WHAT IS TO BE DONE AT JOHANNESBURG?
Issues for the World Summit on Sustainable Development
Overviews:
 
Sascha Müller-Kraenner; Hans JH Verolme; John W. Sewell
Population/Population-Enviroment:
Roger-Mark De Souza; Melinda Kimble; FrederickA.B. Meyerson; James D. Nations
HIV/AIDS:
Geeta Rao Gupta
Water:
Alfred M. Duda; Karin M. Krchnak; Gordon Binder 
Business, Investment, and Financing:
Tony Colman, MP; Marian A.L. Miller; Jacob Park
Environment:
 Johnstone Odera Tungani
International Environmental Governance:
 
William Krist; W. Bradnee Chambers; Pamela S.Chasek; Bharat H. Desai
Features
POPULATION, POVERTY, AND VULNERABILITY:MITIGATING THE EFFECTS OF NATURAL DISASTERS
George Martine and Jose Miguel Guzman
MIGRATION, POPULATION CHANGE, AND THE RURAL ENVIRONMENT
Richard E. Bilsborrow
THE FUTURE OF ENVIRONMENTAL SECURITY 
SECURITY AND ECOLOGY IN THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION
Simon Dalby
IN DEFENSE OF ENVIRONMENT AND SECURITY RESEARCH
Richard A. Matthew
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