28 November, 2016
Sustaining peace in Kenya’s Kajiado County requires looking beyond climate change and recognizing the role of land privatization in pastoralists’ vulnerability. Author Jonathan Rozen illustrates how climate change acts as a threat multiplier, exacerbating challenges such as economic precariousness, water shortage and violent land disputes.
BlogA New Climate for Peace Topic
Land & Food
... privatization in pastoralists’ vulnerability. Author Jonathan Rozen illustrates how climate change acts as a threat ...
In this report, Luca Bergamaschi, Nick Mabey, Jonathan Gaventa and Camilla Born from E3G explore practical actions that EU foreign policy institutions could undertake to manage climate risk and an orderly global transition. Read on for a summary of the report here.
Books and StudiesClimate Diplomacy
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... its report to the President of Nigeria, The Hon Goodluck Jonathan, in the Nigerian capital Abuja. Among its other ...
Source: Vanguard (Lagos)
By Hector Igbikiowubo, Kingsley Omonobi, Simon Ebegbulem & Samuel Oyadongha
Tuesday, January 17, 2006
... Those to attend today's meeting are Governors Goodluck Jonathan of Bayelsa State, James Ibori of Delta State, Peter ...
... Maximising public value for public money. E3G. Gaventa, Jonathan 2014 Gaventa, Jonathan 2014 ...
Closer collaboration on alternative energy with the US could help China accelerate the exploitation of its shale gas reserves
Sino-US plans to work together on climate change could trigger a new shale gas boom, fuelled by US technology and Chinese cash, say experts.
... American companies. It would benefit China,” said Jonathan Pollack, director of the Washington DC-based John L. ...
5 July 2012 - More than half of Liberia's forests have been granted to logging firms, bypassing environmental laws and with few benefits to the people
Middle East & North Africa
... 18 months is an explosion of logging concessions," said Jonathan Gant, policy adviser at Global Witness. More than ...