This ECC newsletter edition addresses three major issues climate diplomats must tackle after Bonn's stalemate. A conference in Brazil looked at international climate security and a changing geopolitical scenario. Speaking of security, monitoring the impacts of climate risk insurance is vital in fragile contexts. Find out about environmental peacebuilding, what is it good for? A short video asks how the US Defense is looking into climate change as a security matter.
In the ECC Newsletter Edition 01/2017, read about the challenges and ways forward for the G20 under the German presidency in light of climate risks, understand how to bridge the gap between forestry and peacebuilding and find out what UNCCD Executive Secretary, Monique Barbut, has to say about land degradation and migration. The newsletter also features a new video on climate-security strategies with experts from UNEP, EEAS, the Red Cross and the G7/G20.
The Newsletter Issue 2/214 includes articles on the importance of water diplomacy, the consequences of a resource rush in the Arctic, and the prospects of conflict-sensitive climate change adaptation in Sub-Saharan Africa. It also highlights initiatives in Uganda, Zambia and Cambodia that turn environmental conflict potential into collaboration. Download the PDF-version of the newsletter 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.
In the Newsletter Edition 3/2014, read about the increasing role of adaptation in climate diplomacy efforts, climate change and rural-urban migration in Ethiopia, and the battle over oil exploitation in the Ecuador'sYasuní rainforest. Download the PDF version of the newsletter here.