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HLPF Side Event - Climate, Fragility and the SDGs: Lessons from Lake Chad

Climate, Fragility and the SDGs: Lessons from Lake Chad
10 July, 2019
Delegation of the EU to the United Nations

This side event will draw on lessons from the field and expert inputs to discuss the purpose and value of assessing linked climate and fragility issues in order to promote peaceful and sustainable development. Due to limited spaces available, please register by Friday 5 July.

EventsClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Security
Sustainable Transformation

Region
Global Issues
62

Bonn climate talks: Key outcomes from the June 2019 UN climate conference

02 July, 2019
Josh Gabbatiss, Carbon Brief

A record breaking European heatwave provided a fitting backdrop to the latest round of UN climate change talks, in which delegates from around the world descended on Bonn for a two-week diplomatic effort.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy

Region
Global Issues
63
VideoClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Security

Region
Global Issues
64

Berlin is calling – will the world listen?

26 June, 2019
Dennis Tänzler, adelphi

Climate and security were the focus of a high-level foreign policy conference held in Berlin in early June. At the core of the conference was the “Berlin Call for Action”, which sets out three concrete action areas for tackling the threats posed by climate change to peace and security, namely risk-informed planning, enhanced capacity for action and improved operational response. But what if the world doesn’t listen?

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Security

Region
Europe
Global Issues
65

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
66

18 EU countries now support 2050 carbon neutrality goal

18 June, 2019
Sam Morgan, Euractiv

Germany, Greece, Italy and Slovenia have added their names to a growing list of EU countries supporting a carbon neutrality objective for 2050, increasing the chances that a deal will be struck at an EU summit later this week, according to documents seen by EURACTIV.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy

Region
Europe
67

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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HLPF Side Event - Driving Transformative Change: Foreign Affairs and the 2030 Agenda

Driving Transformative Change: Foreign Affairs and the 2030 Agenda
09 July, 2019
Permanent Mission of Germany to the United Nations

The side event will address the relevance of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to foreign policy and international seucirty with the goal of better understanding how to leverage the SDGs to achieve core foreign policy objectives. Access the agenda here.

EventsClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Security
Sustainable Transformation

Region
Global Issues
69

Speech by Foreign Minister Heiko Maas at the opening of the Berlin Climate and Security Conference 2019

07 June, 2019
Heiko Maas, German Federal Foreign Office

On Tuesday, 4 June, seven foreign ministers, 19 ambassadors, several ministers and more than 200 experts met in Berlin to act on climate security risks at the Berlin Climate and Security Conference. "Achieving the international climate targets is the new imperative of our foreign policy”, the German Foreign Minister, Heiko Maas, said in his opening speech. This is the aim of the Berlin Call for Action which was presented at the conference.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Security

Region
Global Issues
70

Berlin Call for Action

06 June, 2019
Berlin Climate Security Conference

There is increasing evidence that climate change is undermining livelihoods, food and water security in rural and urban areas around the world, thereby acting as a “threat multiplier” in fragile and conflict-prone situations. In light of this, the Berlin Climate and Security Conference, which took place at the German Federal Foreign Office on 4 June 2019, aimed at increasing the momentum for decisive action to address climate-related drivers of conflict.

Quick AccessClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Conflict Transformation
Environment & Migration
Security

Region
Global Issues
71

Climate change an ‘unconscionable’ threat to peace: German foreign office

06 June, 2019
Megan Darby, Climate Home News

Governments must invest new effort and money to prevent climate change from driving new conflicts, according to a diplomatic statement drafted by the German foreign office.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Conflict Transformation
Environment & Migration
Security

Region
Global Issues
72

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
73

South Asia Needs to Adopt a Gender Mainstreaming Approach in Climate Policy

31 May, 2019
Dr. Dhanasree Jayaram

Women are vital for effective climate policy making and implementation. In South Asia, more needs to be done on systematically integrating women into policy processes - as active stakeholders and not merely as victims of climate risks.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Adaptation & Resilience
Climate Change
Gender

Region
Global Issues
Asia