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The Securitization Dilemma in Global Climate Security Governance and the Chinese Solution

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DOI: 10.25236/iceesr.2024.024


Fei Wang

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Fei Wang


The issue of climate security is not only crucial for the survival and well-being of individuals, ensuring their right to life and health, but also forms an essential aspect of a nation's security and the protection of its rights and interests in development. It is related to various fields including global politics, economy, military, ecology, and culture, impacting both global security and national security. From the 19th century to the 1970s, the issue of climate change was largely non-politicized, and global climate security governance faced many practical challenges and dilemmas. Over the past thirty years, China has participated in global climate governance from different perspectives and has a rich theoretical foundation for seeking solutions to global climate security governance issues. For China to deeply engage in global climate security governance, it must confront these challenges head-on, furthering international cooperation in the field of adaptation through institutional design, leading mechanisms, and agenda setting.


Climate Security, Climate Governance, Securitization, Chinese Solution