In the second ECC Newsletter 2018, we look into EU climate diplomacy, which steps up its work on climate-security. In the biggest refugee camp in the world, Rohingya refugees and Bangladeshis clash as natural resources become scarcer. A short film explains how climate change and migration are interlinked. Meanwhile, researchers screen peer-reviewed articles on climate and conflict and come across a selection bias in literature… Also included: Stranded assets - what happens with coal, oil and gas reserves in a world that rejects fossil fuels?
In the ECC Newsletter Edition 4/2016, read how to address the links between climate security and resilience on the ground, and find out why the Marrakech Vision, launched at COP22, is a strong signal for the G20. We are also pleased to feature articles about the environmental crisis in the Middle East and the links between climate, conflict and migration in Haiti. Other highlights in this edition of the newsletter include an analysis of land privatization and violence in Kenya, and a new video interview explaining China’s incentives for pursuing climate action. Download the PDF version of the newsletter here.
In the ECC Newsletter Edition 3/2016, read how to strengthen synergies between water and climate policies and why the new EU Global Strategy is important for climate diplomacy. The Newsletter also features articles on links between infrastructure and risk of post-drought violence, the role of disaster management in achieving gender equality as well as other interesting stories in the field of environment, conflict and cooperation. Download the PDF version of the newsletter here.
The ECC Newsletter 1/2015 highlights, among others, how foreign policy makers can use opportunities for green job creation to promote ambitious climate action. It also analyses linkages between climate change and fragility in Africa and how climate change exacerbates conflicts between mining and herding in Mongolia. Download the PDF version of the newsletter here.