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Date Created: 04/03/16
March 28, 2016 No Class March 30, 2016 International Politics and Environment ● Show impact of ideologies in international politics ○ Will not only believe but act NEW TOPIC IN IR ○ “Think globally, act locally” ○ Before Civil Engineers would look at impact of environment ● Tell us about state behaviight over environment, how states will react ○ Through groups too ● Nature of state’s responsiblill state arrest advocates or will they listen and react to what they say ● Role of science in growing immensely reason we call our age the “nuclear age” due to scientific discovery ○ Science impact life of individuals and states ○ Knowing of endowment is due to advanced science ● Proliferation of International rtart categorizing different elements of discussion that deal with environment ○ Start specializing and continue to do so ○ Regime because it is a regular set of interaction, know the why, how and what ● Environment and International trade anduality of aid could go against environment well being ○ Country produces product and puts element that is cheaper and export but no okay for environment ● Role of countriecould see IR as rivalry between USA and China ○ Ask who is responsible for environmental daaSA or China ○ 1990 Kyoto ProtocoJapan, discussion was arget emission of Carbon Dioxide some industrial sectors are more responsible (found more in west) ■ But China has to be looked at as well protest by American conservative (India should be looked as why not asking them to cut emissions? ■ Cute emissions by ¼ by 2025 ○ Who is more responsible rich nations or ich nations can be blamed but so can poor nationHUGE DEBATE ● Role of private sector: ○ Nonprofit, many ideashow private sector can help with environmental protection ○ Can help come up with ideas ● Historical cycles show that humans pulled to think a certain way ○ All concepts will be discussed under a certain paradigm in IR (topic/trend) environment is a paradigm right now ○ WWI → Treaty of Versailles → Fascism → WWII → Cold War → 3rd World → Terrorism ● Will a balance rise to fix thnomehow there will be methods to bring in equilibrium when it comes to the environment ● Demographics not destinies nvironment can regenerate itsenothing is set in stone ○ Trends in demographics (more people, less people) can change or be changed ○ Putin may be trying to increase population by fighting alcoholism ● Environment and population:s more population good/bad for environment, is less population good/bad for environment EBATE ○ In some nations it is forChina’s one child policy ● Textbook Pages: ○ 304cartels, fair trade certified coffee, chocolate (progencies (NGOs) step in to see if supply and demand is done rroducers have monopoly: organized ○ 305agriculture farmers influential in USA, Europe and WTO so get subsidies; textiles: quotas (China vs USA), privacy of creative rights ○ 376information is an instrument of governmental power, terrorism ○ 378government try to limit flow of information of opposition, google vs China, methods of censorship ○ 379international pressure on government sovereignty and transparency, information flow, increase transparency ○ 407resolve of steel dispute, what policies to protect steel industry, trade (answer) or monopoly or financial ○ 409population projection hard beyond certain level, national trade connected to security ○ 425 ○ 427 ○ 473 ○ 479 ○ 481