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Five things to watch at UN climate talks in Bonn

19 June, 2019
Chloé Farand, Climate Home News

From contentious rules on carbon trading, through efforts to raise ambition to who will host next year’s summit, negotiators have a full agenda this fortnight. Climate talks resume this week in Bonn, Germany, with negotiators working to finalise the last contentious points of the rulebook for the Paris Agreement.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Finance

Region
Global Issues
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Urban Elites’ Livestock Exacerbate Herder-Farmer Tensions in Africa’s Sudano-Sahel

14 June, 2019
Matt Luizza

In recent years, conflict between herders and farmers for access to increasingly scarce natural resources in Africa’s Sudano-Sahel has escalated. While the problems fueling these tensions are both hyper-local and transnational in nature, one important piece of the puzzle has been overlooked. The real “elephant in the room” is who owns the livestock.

BlogA New Climate for Peace
Topic
Biodiversity & Livelihoods
Civil Society
Conflict Transformation
Environment & Migration
Security

Region
Sub-Saharan Africa

Tags agriculture conflict development environment featured Guest Contributor land livelihoods natural resources Sahel
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Peace Science Digest Special Issue - Climate Change, Security and Conflict

05 June, 2019
Peace Science Digest

For researchers looking into global security dynamics, it is becoming increasingly difficult to overlook climate change as a threat multiplier in conflict situations. While climate change may not directly cause conflict, it may be inextricably woven into pre-existing conflicts of power, ethnicity, and economic interest. Understading the role of climate-related impacts on security is therefore crucial for global peace.

PublicationClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Civil Society
Climate Change
Conflict Transformation
Energy
Environment & Migration
Gender
Water

Region
Global Issues
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Fostering Citizen Enforcement and Rule of Law Could Cut Down Illegal Logging

21 May, 2019
Kyla Peterson

Civil society engagement is essential for environmental protection, especially in cases where institutional frameworks are weak and governance is lacking. Often, civilians are witnessing the illegal exploitation of resources and are better informed about crimes happening near their homes. They can help dismantle illegal enterprises such as rainforest logging. A new mobile app has been developed to make it easy for people to feed information into databases and contribute to better enforcement of environmental laws.