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2020 | nr 1 Świat - Europa - Niemcy. Historyczne i współczesne problemy stosunków międzynarodowych | 199--216
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Zmiany klimatu a bezpieczeństwo w regionie Afryki Północnej i Bliskiego Wschodu - wybrane zagadnienia

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Climate Change and Security in the North African and the Middle East - Selected Issues
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Artykuł przedstawia wpływ prognozowanych zmian klimatu na stabilność polityczną w regionie Afryki Północnej i Bliskiego Wschodu (MENA) na poziomie państwa oraz regionu. W artykule przyjęto tezę, że odpowiednia reakcja na skutki zmian klimatu jest jednym z najważniejszych zadań obecnych rządów w regionie, a jej brak będzie miał negatywne konsekwencje dla stabilności politycznej. Problemy generowane przez zmiany klimatu nie są główną przyczyną konfliktów w regionie MENA, ale w połączeniu ze słabymi instytucjami i brakiem zdolności adaptacyjnych mogą stać się jednym z czynników niestabilności. Zwłaszcza, że jak wskazują badania, państwa regionu są w dużym stopniu podatne na negatywne skutki zmian klimatu, ze względu na niedobór wody, uzależnienie od importu żywności, niski poziom społeczno-ekologicznej odporności, napięcia społeczne i konflikty polityczne oraz trwający kryzys migracyjny. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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The article presents the impact of forecast climate change on political stability in the North African and the Middle East (MENA) region, at the state and region level. In the article, the author decided to accept the thesis that an appropriate response to the eff ects of climate change is one of the most important tasks of current governments in the region, and its lack will have negative consequences for political stability. Problems generated by climate change are not a major cause of confl ict in the MENA region, but in combination with weak institutions and lack of adaptability, they can become one of the factors of instability. Especially that, as research shows, the countries of the region are highly prone to the negative eff ects of climate change, due to water scarcity, dependence on food imports, low level of socio-ecological resilience, social tensions and political confl icts as well as the ongoing migration crisis. (original abstract)
Twórcy
  • Krakowska Akademia im. Andrzeja Frycza Modrzewskiego
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