Adrien Estève is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for International Studies (CERI-Sciences Po), in residence at IRSEM. His current research focuses on the involvement of security and defense actors in climate policies, on the emergence of international forums and networks on climate security, and on the recent evolutions of international conflictuality (lawfare). He holds a PhD in political science from Sciences Po Paris (2020), a MPhil in international and political expertise from Sciences Po Aix (2014) and a MPhil in political science from Sciences Po Paris (2015). He is currently in charge of the research group on "Environment and International Relations" at CERI and of the working group on "Environment and climate" at the Association for War Studies (AEGES). He was also a visiting scholar at Columbia University for the academic year 2017-2018 and in April 2019.
War Ecology: A New Paradigm
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Armed Forces and Climate Change in a Time of High-Intensity: Reflections on Engagement in “Environmental” Operations
Introduction Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has turned a page on confrontation in the 21st century by putting high-intensity conflict between two modern armies back on the table. This prospect of high-intensity conflict is the target of the latest French military programming lawsand the operational preparation of armed forces. Beyond combat aspects and their effects on … ContinuedRead the article