Bob, Urmilla and Salomé Bronkhorst (Eds.) Climate Diplomacy Series. Berlin: Berliner Wissenschafts-Verlag.
Extensive research provides insight into climate change effects and various mitigation and adaptation strategies – often in conflict prone or post-conflict states. Further, drawing on African experiences, the highly multi-disciplinary nature of the policy and practice of conflict-sensitive adaptation emerges. The volume provides compelling analyses and recommendations for the development of conflict-sensitive adaptation tools and policies.
18-24 June 2018. Climate Diplomacy Week is a time, where EU Delegations around the world reach out to communities and partner organisations, highlighting positive global action and collaboration on climate change. 2018 will see two Climate Diplomacy Weeks: the first one from 18-24 June and the second one from 24-30 September 2018.
13 June 2018. New video series on climate change, foreign and security policy.
Increasingly inconsistent climate patterns are pushing vulnerable populations to migrate both within and across borders. Spillover effects, such as terrorist recruitment and rapid ubanization, put a strain on global security. How can the international community best use its resources to help stabilize livelihood systems and halt this upwards trend? Louise van Schaik, Senior Research Fellow at The Clingendael Institute, gives insights into this underexplored aspect of climate security.
Strengthening the African climate security agenda – Interview with Aliou Dia, UNDP
Understanding conflict dynamics to prevent migration – Interview with Ayan Mahamoud -Platform Coordinator for Regional Programming for the IDDRSI
Africa is the continent of the future – Interview with UNEP Deputy Executive Director of UN Environment (UNEP): Ibrahim Thiaw
- The Hague Declaration on Planetary Security – Interview with Alexander Carius –
Should the UN Security Council take up climate change and if so how? Interview with Prof. Ken Conca –
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