Chapter 8: Environmental peacebuilding
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Policies of peace making and peace building offer an alternative series of activities that may foster a flourishing ecosphere, the key necessity for any notion of long-term environmental security. National security understood in traditional terms of firepower is anathema to flourishing societies in the long run, but rethinking security now requires confronting these implicit assumptions quite directly. Taking ecology at various scales seriously requires nothing less than rethinking assumptions of force controlling territory as the basis of security.

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