Amar Causevic
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Artificial intelligence, systemic risks, and sustainability
V Galaz, MA Centeno, PW Callahan, A Causevic, T Patterson, I Brass, ...
Technology in Society 67, 101741, 2021
Facing an unpredictable threat: is NATO ideally placed to manage climate change as a non-traditional threat multiplier?
A Causevic
Connections 16 (2), 59-80, 2017
Evolving perspectives of stewardship in the seafood industry
R Blasiak, A Dauriach, JB Jouffray, C Folke, H Österblom, J Bebbington, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science, 676, 2021
Sunshine for mines: Implementing renewable energy for off-grid operations
F Boyse, A Causevic, E Duwe, M Orthofer
Washington, DC: Carbon War Room, 2014
Unlocking the unsustainable rice-wheat system of Indian Punjab: Assessing alternatives to crop-residue burning from a systems perspective
AS Downing, M Kumar, A Andersson, A Causevic, Ö Gustafsson, ...
Ecological Economics 195, 107364, 2022
The role of multilateral climate funds in urban transitions between 1994 and 2014
A Causevic, S Selvakkumaran
Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment 8 (3), 275-299, 2018
Financing resilience efforts to confront future urban and sea-level rise flooding: Are coastal megacities in Association of Southeast Asian Nations doing enough?
A Causevic, M LoCastro, D David, S Selvakkumaran, Å Gren
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 1-22, 2021
Machine intelligence, systemic risks, and sustainability
V Galaz, M Centeno, PW Callahan, A Causevic, T Patterson
Beijer Discussion Paper Series, 2021
Climate-related Security Risks in the 2020 Updated Nationally Determined Contributions
E Remling, A Causevic
Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, 2021
Analysis of international public funding flows for the environment, climate change, and sustainability: the case of Bosnia and Herzegovina
A Causevic, S Avdic, B Padegimas, B Macura
Energy, Sustainability and Society 12 (1), 34, 2022
Critiquing latour’s explanation of climate change denial: moving beyond the modernity/Anthropocene binary
C Tängh Wrangel, A Causevic
Millennium 50 (1), 199-223, 2021
NATO and Collective Environmental Security in the MENA: From the Cold War to Covid-19
I Al-Marashi, A Causevic
Journal of Strategic Security 13 (4), 28-44, 2020
A Thirsty Dragon: Rising Chinese Crude Oil Demand and Prospects for Multilateral Energy Security Cooperation
A Causevic
Peace Research Institute Frankfurt Report 116, 2012
Can NATO evolve into a climate alliance treaty organization in the Middle East?
A Causevic, I Al-Marashi
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 76 (2), 97-101, 2020
Trump’s Disregard for Climate Change Is Only Natural
A Causevic, E Bezci, N Borroz
Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 2018
Quo vadis sustainable finance: Why defensive weapons should never be classified as an ESG investment
A Causevic, S Beslik, S Causevic
Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, 1-9, 2022
Assessment of the Post-Paris Agreement Era: International Public Climate Finance in Countries with Low Governance Scores
A Causevic, N Haque, M LoCastro, S Selvakkumaran, S Beslik, ...
SAIS Review of International Affairs 43 (1), 75-99, 2023
NATO and Anthropogenic Strategic Security
A Causevic, I Al-Marashi
Connections 22 (1), 67-78, 2023
Examining Public Financial Flows for Environment in Bosnia and Herzegovina
A Causevic
The conference proceedings were prepared and published with the financial …, 2023
NATO as a Climate Alliance Treaty Organization
I Al-Marashi, A Causevic
The NATO Association of Canada, 45-49, 2023
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