May 8, 2021 • 56M

Policy People Podcast: Exploring Environmental Security with Dimitrios Kantemnidis

What is environmental security? Why does it matter? Does climate change cause conflict? Is the environment the same as nature? What threatens the Eastern Mediterranean? All these and more.

3
 
1.0×
0:00
-55:53
Open in playerListen on);
Get an edge with actionable insights from policy thought leaders each week. Liam, a media entrepreneur and policy analyst, helps you track the trends, connect the dots and see the bigger picture - empowering you to make your impact felt on our world.
Episode details
Comments
Dimitrios Kantemnidis

Welcome to the Policy People Podcast. In this conversation, I explore the world of environmental security with Dimitrios Kantemnidis. We explore emerging maritime threats in the Mediterranean sea, how naval officers may deescalate standoffs at sea, the implications and real world scope of environmental security, how climate change amplifies conflicts, the difference between nature and the environment, the culture gap between the environmental and security policy communities, Dimitrios’ vision for an integrated European environmental security policy, and many more topics.


You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player embedded above, or right below it you can click “Listen in podcast app” — which will connect you to the show’s feed. Alternatively, you can click the icons below to listen to it on Apple Podcasts or Spotify. 


If you enjoy this conversation and would like to help the show, sharing this episode’s LinkedIn post is the easiest way to do so. I will personally thank you for sharing at the start of the next episode.

Thank you to Rasheed Griffith, Jordan Schneider, Ernest Doc Gunasekara-Rockwell, Ana Sofia Cabral and the Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs for sharing our last episode.

Share on LinkedIn


Dimitrios Kantemnidis currently serves as lieutenant commander in the Greek navy and is an expert on environmental security. He is also a Fellow at the European Security and Defense College where he is concluding his research for his PhD thesis on how environmental security relates the EU’s Common Security and Defense and Security Policy. Dimitrios has produced numerous academic publications and has a forthcoming article to be published by the Brussels-based think tank Friends of Europe titled, “Environmental security and the EU’s Strategic Compass: Realizing Solana’s Vision”. You can connect with Dimitrios on LinkedIn or follow him on Twitter at the handle @dkantemnidis.