Edited by Hugh Dyer and Maria Julia Trombetta
This Handbook brings together energy security experts to explore the implications of framing the energy debate in security terms, both in respect of the governance of energy systems and the practices associated with energy security.
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- International Handbook of Energy Security
- Chapter 1: The concept of energy security: broadening, deepening, transforming
- Chapter 2: Energy security and liberal democracy: ideals, imperatives and balancing acts
- Chapter 3: Framing new threats: the internal security of gas and electricity networks in the European Union
- Chapter 4: Resource conflicts: energy worth fighting for?
- Chapter 5: Global energy supply: scale, perception and the return to geopolitics
- Chapter 6: Securing energy supply: strategic reserves
- Chapter 7: Securing energy supply II: diversification of energy sources and carriers
- Chapter 8: Energy security assessment framework and three case studies
- Chapter 9: National energy strategies of major industrialized countries
- Chapter 10: Developing world: national energy strategies
- Chapter 11: Energy demand: security for suppliers?
- Chapter 12: Oil producers’ perspectives on energy security
- Chapter 13: Energy security governance in light of the Energy Charter process
- Chapter 14: Governance dimensions of climate and energy security
- Chapter 15: Energy, climate change and conflict: securitization of migration, mitigation and geoengineering
- Chapter 16: Environmental implications of energy production
- Chapter 17: Washing away energy security: the vulnerability of energy infrastructure to environmental change
- Chapter 18: Paradoxes and harmony in the energy-climate governance nexus
- Chapter 19: Energy poverty: access, health and welfare
- Chapter 20: Ethical dimensions of renewable energy
- Chapter 21: Low carbon development and energy security in Africa
- Chapter 22: The road not taken, round II: centralized vs. distributed energy strategies and human security
- Chapter 23: Human security and energy security: a sustainable energy system as a public good
- Chapter 24: The political economy of energy security
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