Individual Paper: The African environmental security challenges in the context of climate change
Human security is linked to environmental security, as the problem of climate change as one of the manifestations of the environmental crisis, which is due to the deviations of human activities towards the environment, imposes on mankind to secure the latter against all aspects of destruction by preserving the ecological balance. "Any damage that disrupts the ecological balance and undermines the causes and conditions of existence and continuity of the components of the living system, constitutes a real threat to ensure the continuity and stability of the means and possibilities of life in essence on the face of the earth."
Therefore, the issue is close to the threats of climate change to the African environmental security from the point of view of inputs and outputs. Climate change is seen as an emergency problem on the natural environment and poses a threat to the modern environment that constitutes the natural basis of social and economic life. Entering the natural environment and directing it to the environment created thereby undermining the vital environment that guarantees the future of human existence. For this purpose, we will adopt the methodological approach to analyze the risks in force to the African environment and the risks to Africa's human security.
Start time: 14:30
Room: ABF (206)
Track: Climate Change, Climate and Environmental Justice