Leading scholars assess the transformations in energy security policy that flow from recognition of global climate change. They explore through case studies the key policy responses formulated in the Asia-Pacific and identify potential synergies between energy policy and climate mitigation efforts.
Energy Security in the Era of Climate Change: The Asia-Pacific Experience
Table of contents
Introduction: Challenges to Energy Security in the Era of Climate Change; J.Symons PART I: CONCEPTUALISING ENERGY SECURITY IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE Energy Security and Climate Security under Conditions of the Anthropocene; M.Mayer & P.Schouten Unmasking the Invisible Giant: Energy Efficiency in the Politics of Climate and Energy; M.Lister National Energy Security in a World Where Use of Fossil Fuels is Constrained; H.Saddler Can Energy Security and Effective Climate Change Policies Be Compatible?; M.Diesendorf PART II: CLIMATE CHANGE AND ENERGY POLICY FORMULATION IN ASIA-PACIFIC Energy and Environmental Challenges in China; X.Yi-chong Energy Security and Climate Change Challenges: India's Dilemma and Policy Responses; T.C.Bisht Conflicting Policies: Energy Security and Climate Change Policies in Japan; A.Sawa Russia's Energy Security and Emissions Trends: Synergies and Contradictions; A.Korppoo & T.Spencer Energy Security in Indonesia; B.P.Resosudarmo, A.Alisjahbana & D.A.Nurdianto Energy Governance and Climate Change: Central Asia's Uneasy Nexus; L.Anceschi More Fossil Fuels and Less Carbon Emissions: Australia's Policy Paradox; L.Glover PART III: MULTILATERAL ENERGY GOVERNANCE IN THE ERA OF CLIMATE CHANGE Energy Security and Climate Change - Tensions and Synergies; P.Christoff Rethinking Energy Security in a Time of Transition; J.Falk Energy Governance in the Era of Climate Change; J.A.Camilleri Interconnections between Climate and Energy Governance; J.Symons