In the ECC Newsletter Edition 2/2016, read about institutional approaches to tackle climate-induced displacement, climate change impacts and mining as well as the important role of diplomacy in disaster risk reduction. We are also happy to feature a speech by the Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs on climate and fragility. The newsletter furthermore highlights the ways of cooperation with Russia on climate change and why it is imperative that Europe accelerates the clean energy innovation. Download the PDF version of the newsletter here.
In the ECC Newsletter 3/2015, read why UN Security Council debates about climate change need to move beyond security warnings, which economic and social benefits green technologies have, and why climate insurance matters for adaptation. Download the PDF version of the newsletter here.
Read why resilience needs to be the new compass for foreign policy, how financial revenues from natural gas exploitation can help Australian farmers cope with climate change, and how city-to-city diplomacy contributes to fostering climate action. Download the PDF here.
The ECC Newsletter 3/2014 features, among other, an article by Tony de Brum, Foreign Minister of the Marshall Islands, about how his country approaches climate diplomacy on the way towards ambitious climate action. It also takes a closer look at local governance and climate resilience with perspectives from Latin America and from Southeast Asia. Regarding internal and cross-border displacement, the newsletter reviews current progress of the Nansen Initiative’s recent consultation in Manila. Download the PDF version of the newletter here.
Read about the implications of scientific findings for climate diplomacy, which global impacts future progress in U.S. energy efficiency might have, and what can be done to improve transparency in natural resource governance. Download the PDF version of the newsletter.
This ECC Newsletter analyses the role of disastrous climate events for progress on the "loss and damage" agenda at COP19, and presents two views on the climate, water and food security nexus in South Asia. It also discusses the geopolitical implications of the U.S. shale gas boom and possibilities to reduce problematic air pollution in China. Download the PDF version of the newsletter here.
In the Newsletter Edition 1/2013, read about debates on the security implications of climate change in the UN Security Council, about climate-induced migration in Mexico, and about ways to utilize transboundary conservation as a means to advance peacebuilding and environmental goals. Download the PDF-version of the newsletter here.