Surging environmental crime, from illegal logging to elephant poaching, is worth up to $213 billion a year and is helping to fund armed conflicts while cutting economic growth, a U.N. and Interpol report said on Tuesday.
Conflict, climate change and politics. Why a techno-centric approach fails the resilience challenge. HPG Working Paper. Overseas Developement Institute.
The World Economic Forum has published a new study on responsible na
Backdraft: The Conflict Potential of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation
Water is a transboundary resource used by a large variety of actors. This leads to shared risks and can potentially induce conflict.
Utilizing transboundary conservation as a means to advance peacebuilding and environmental goals is no longer a new idea.
While the United Nations may be divided on certain issues, the need to prevent conflicts over natural resources such as water, land, oil or minerals is uniting experts inside and outside the UN system.
The World We Want is a joint initiative by the United Nations and civil society that comprises consultations on the world agenda after 2015, touching upon various issues relevant for development and sustainability.
"Security begins" is a short film exploring what 'security' can mean, by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).
The key to managing conflict and cooperation over water. In: A World of Science, 11 (1). Paris: UNESCO.
When disasters and conflicts collide. Improving links between disaster resilience and conflict prevention. London: Overseas Development Institute.
Backdraft: The Conflict Potential of Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation. Environmental Change & Security Program Report 14, 2. Washington, D.C.: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
Harvesting Peace: Food Security, Conflict, and Cooperation. Environmental Change & Security Program Report Vol. 14, Issue 3. Washington DC: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.