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ECOLOGICAL SECURITY FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF THE CULTURE OF SECURITY AND SUSTAINED DEVELOPMENT

J. Piwowarski
Thursday 11 October 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

This paper tackles the issue of the culture of ecological security and the ecological security sector, which both constitute a subfield of the culture of security and the culture of national security. The concept of sustained development provides important context for the issue. The dissemination on an individual, collective, and eventually global scale of a properly-cultivated ecological culture should allow for implementing changes in already existing policies regarding the exploration and utilisation of our planet, changes which would allow us to utilise in a sustainable way the resources and advantages which the natural environment provides, and which are not inexhaustible. I start by discussing the pivotal term – the culture of security, and the remaining part of the paper focuses on the terms which constitute the particular parts of the phenomenon, which is central to our striving towards freedom from threats. These terms include the culture of ecological security and the ecological sector – terms which act as useful tools when analysing the culture of security from the point of view of meeting the increasingly relevant need to make existing development processes sustainable.

Keywords: ecological security, culture of security, culture of national security, active security subject, sustained development


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