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Cameroonian Sustainable Development

During my study abroad experience last Spring, I felt as though I had an unfortunate opportunity to glimpse the negative effects of unsustainable development in Cameroon. Many of Upreti‚Äôs points about unsustainable development echo the North/South (or West/East) inequality discourses … Continue reading

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Reframing Population, Environment, and Security for a Pluralistic World

The two chapters by Sciubba et al. and Upreti both serve to deconstruct basic concepts of environmental and human security and categorically reframe them. Sciubba et al defines population as the changes in fertility, mortality, and migration (Page 201) and … Continue reading

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Environmental insecurity and the global poor

In order to create environmentally sustainable development practices, we need to ensure that different population trends and societal demographics are taken into account and that a global, interdisciplinary, cooperative approach is the basis for sustainable development goals to be met. … Continue reading

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Population, Development, and Ecological Civilization in China

Much of what was said by both Sciubba et al. and Upreti relate to my own research on environmental challenges in China. While Sciubba explains the different consequences that the intercourse between demographic fluctuations and different types of political regimes … Continue reading

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