WWF France
Documents

This report combines the conclusions of several scientific studies and the opinions of numerous researchers and specialized organizations that have focused these past few years on the link between climate and security. It highlights the essential contributions of a collective group of experts in order to concentrate on this issue and encourage institutions such as foreign and defense ministries to adopt new approaches.

Adaptation & Resilience
Biodiversity & Livelihoods
Climate Change
Environment & Migration
Land & Food
Global Issues
Oxfam
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Climate change is amplifying the risk of extreme weather disasters by increasing the destructive power of storms and floods. At the same time, rising seas, shifting rainfall patterns, drought and other slow-onset changes are eroding people’s land, natural resources and security, and magnifying existing vulnerabilities.

Adaptation & Resilience
Climate Change
Early Warning & Risk Analysis
Sustainable Transformation
Oceania & Pacific
Asia
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan
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In this report, various challenges faced by Asia-Pacific's most vulnerable areas to disasters attributed to climate change are specified, and a qualitative analysis is made on the instability of public security, politics and social climate observed in the region. The purpose of these two exercises is to gain insight into the situation through the overlapping of natural science and social science perspectives.

Adaptation & Resilience
Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Early Warning & Risk Analysis
Global Issues
adelphi and German Federal Foreign Office
Books and Studies

adelphi and its partners formed an alliance with the German Federal Foreign Office and have played a central role in the process of analysing the international debates on climate diplomacy and security. In this booklet, we illustrate the rationale and results of the German Federal Foreign Office's and adelphi’s engagement in climate diplomacy activities.

Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Development
Sustainable Transformation
Global Issues
adelphi
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Determined action to combat climate change and minimise its disruptions is integral to the successful implementation of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. The infographic by adelphi illustrates that in order to implement the Paris Agreement and the agenda 2030, both agendas need to be pursued in an integrated way.

Civil Society
Conflict Transformation
Private Sector
Security
Global Issues
United Nations and World Bank

This book is a joint United Nations and World Bank study that looks at how development processes can better interact with diplomacy and mediation, security and other tools to prevent conflict from becoming violent.

Climate Change
Environment & Migration
Gender
Water
Global Issues
Michela Miletto, Martina Angela Caretta, Francesca Maria Burchi and Giulia Zanlucchi, World Water Assessment Programme (WWAP)
This paper seeks to assess the interdependencies among water scarcity, youth unemployment and migration. It also attempts to unravel the different roles of women and men in the gendered migration process.
Adaptation & Resilience
Cities
Climate Change
Early Warning & Risk Analysis
Security
Global Issues
Janani Vivekananda, adelphi
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While research on climate change and urban violence are independently strong, few efforts have been made to understand the linkages between them. To date, there is little research or analysis on whether, where and how climate change adaptation and urban violence intersect and interact.

Climate Change
Climate Diplomacy
Global Issues
Harro van Asselt and Stefan Böβner, CARISMA Project EU
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Climate negotiations take place in climate governance frameworks, under the umbrella of international organizations. Meanwhile, climate action is happening on national, local and non-governmental levels. How are these two instances connected?

Conflict Transformation
Development
Security
Sub-Saharan Africa
Documents
Lake Chad Basin Report by UN Secretary General - Security Council 2017

On 13 September, Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs Jeffrey Feltman briefed the Security Council on the Secretary-General’s 7 September report on the situation in Lake Chad Basin region (S/2017/764). The Council requested the report in resolution 2349, which it adopted on 31 March following its visiting mission to the Lake Chad Basin in early March.

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