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Sea Level Rise as an International Relations Problem

Sea level rise driven by anthropogenic climate change presents a number of problems for the international relations discipline.  This article is intended as an introductory primer on the impact of sea level rise on coastal societies, along with the economic, social and political implications of these impacts.

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  • Sea Level Rise as an International Relations Problem (http://drbenjaminhabib.wordpress.com/2013/07/01/sea-level-rise-as-an-international-relations-problem-an-introduction/) Visit
  • Sea Level Rise: Debate (http://tlweb.latrobe.edu.au/scitecheng/env1css/media/Sea-Level-Debate.mp4) Visit

Intended Audience and Usage

This piece was compiled as a primer for students enrolled in the cross-faculty first year undergraduate subject Climate and Society at LTU.  I have been involved with this subject since 2010 as a lecturer and tutor.  In 2012 I presented one of three Climate and Society plenary lectures, entitled Climate Adaptation in North Korea.

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