National and environmental security tend to be integrated to the extent that cultural differentiation allows. Often, because of different ‘Weltanschauung’, conflict appears at different levels: community, national, regional and global. Transparency and mutual understanding are necessary in order to narrow cultural gaps in environmental conflicts. Resource, energy and biological security influence and are influenced by lifestyles and thus become often source of cultural conflict, given the different priorities existing in each society. There are no uniform rules of resolution, even for cases which appear to be almost identical. However, a win-win approach can help to resolve environmental disputes.
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- Cultural Differentiation as a Source of Environmental Conflict
Yannis N. Kinnas
- Springer Netherlands
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