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Innovative Technologies and Renewed Policies for Achieving a Greener Defence, edited by Gabriele Iacovino, Mikael Wigell

Summary
This book presents a fresh and original contribution to the debate on the policies and technologies needed to achieve a Greener Defence. It provides an overall and comprehensive analysis of the current state and future prospects of the public and private discourse on the matter, by leveraging on four different and complementary perspectives: the national experiences of relevant NATO Member States and Partner Countries, the institutional framework of International Organizations, the role of industry and private companies and the intellectual contribution of research centers and academia. It will provide new policy recommendations and advanced and innovative technological solutions to be implemented in order to reduce the environmental footprint of Armed Forces, while improving at the same time the energy efficiency and strengthening the operational capabilities of Militaries. The book is addressed to all those interested in studying the connections between climate change, environmental issues, energy security and the role of Armed Forces, the latter seen as an important actor for reducing the environmental impact of human activities and as a forum where to discuss and implement new green technological solutions and applications.--, Provided by publisher
Table Of Contents
Introduction -- Chapter 1 - NATO Green Defence: from the 2014 Green Defence Framework to the 2021 Climate Change and Security Action Plan -- Chapter 2 - The Operational Advantages of a Greener Defence: what should Defence be prepared for in the next 20 to 30 years as a result of Climate Change? -- Chapter 3 - The ecological transition in the Italian Defence -- Chapter 4 - Preparing for the storm: Climate change and the Finnish model of comprehensive security -- Chapter 5 - Energy security in a decarbonized world: EU-Africa cooperation for a clean resilient future -- Chapter 6 - The possible contribution of the Defence industry to the Green Transition -- Chapter 7 - Enhancing Military Sustainability through Education: Balancing Quick Wins with Systemic Behavioural Change
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
1st ed. 2022.
Physical Description
1 online resource (V, 112 pages), 3 illustrations in color.
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
electronic
Isbn
9789402421859

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