Sub-Series C. Environmental Security.
Sub-Series C. Volumes in the Environmental Security Sub-Series deal with scientific and technological aspects of innovative and promising projects related to environmental security, including regional environmental problems and natural and man-made disasters.
NATO Science for Peace and Security Series C: Environmental Security. There is a significant number of nuclear and radiological sources in Central Asia, which have contributed, are still contributing, or have the potential to contribute to radioactive contamination in the future. Key sources and contaminated sites of concern are: The nuclear weapons tests performed at the Semipalatinsk Test Site (STS) in Kazakhstan during 1949–1989. A total of 456 nuclear weapons tests have been perf- med in the atmosphere (86), above and at ground surface (30) and underground (340) accompanied by radioactive plumes reaching far out of the test site.
Part of the NATO Science for Peace and Security Series Series C: Environmental Security book .
Part of the NATO Science for Peace and Security Series Series C: Environmental Security book series (NAPSC).
The NATO Environmental Security Panel has recognized key hazards of concern: Natural Hazards, Human Induced .
The NATO Environmental Security Panel has recognized key hazards of concern: Natural Hazards, Human Induced Environmental Hazards, and the Degradation of the World's Natural Resource Base. Thus, nuclear and radiological risks are well within the scope of NATO ESP. Nuclear and radiological risks and potential transboundary contamination represent an international challenge, and are highly relevant for Central Asia
Environmental Science, Engineering & Technology. Nuclear Risk in Central Asia.
Environmental Science, Engineering & Technology. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series.
The NATO Science for Peace and Security (SPS) Programme is a NATO programme supporting civil science cooperation and innovation. Created in 2006 as the merger of the NATO Science Committee (SCOM) and the Committee on the Challenges of Modern Society (CCMS), the SPS offers grants to scientists in NATO and NATO Partner countries for work on civil science projects. Partner countries include Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union
January 2014 · NATO Security through Science Series C: Environmental Security
January 2014 · NATO Security through Science Series C: Environmental Security. Japan, along with Germany, played a central role in the Cold War. Both countries fought against the United States and its allies during World War II, and both emerged as key objectives and participants in the contest between the Soviet- and American-led blocs. As early as 1947, Under Secretary of State Dean Acheson declared that Western security required the restoration of these two great. workshops of Europe and Asia. Yet, in spite of Japan’s dual role as prize and player, it differed in several ways from its European counterpart.
Brit Salbu, Lindis Skipperud.
SPS Brochures and Flyers. Environmental Health and Security in Ukrainian Conflict Zones. Innovations in disaster relief 24 Nov.
Nuclear risk in central asia (nato science for peace and security series c environmental security). Nuclear risk in central asia (nato science for peace and security series c environmental security).