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Planetary Security Conference 2017

It is with great pleasure that the PSI announces its third annual Planetary Security Conference that will take place on 12 and 13 December 2017 in The Hague, The Netherlands. The theme of this year's conference is "From Analysis to Action". We will shortly revert to you with a formal invitation.
 
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Water, climate and conflict

In situations where water has become scarce, competition over water (and the remaining fertile land) has the potential to spark tensions between users at levels ranging from local communities up to international river basins. What are the connections between water, human security and political conflict? Are security risks on the increase?
 
READ THE BRIEFING NOTE

How climate change influences geopolitics

In this interview, Francesco Femia, Co-Founder and President at the Center for Climate and Security, explains how climate change can exacerbate already existing drivers of migration, such as food or water stress, creating major migration flows that can have a significant regional and international security impact.
 
WATCH THE INTERVIEW

Epicenters of climate and security

On 9 June 2017 the new report "Epicenters of climate and security: The new geo-strategic landscape of the anthropocene" will be launched. The launch event will include a discussion by report authors, followed by an interactive exercise that brings together practitioners and regional experts. More information on the programme and registration can be found here.
 
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Reports & Policy briefs

More policy briefs, which were used to inform the Working Groups are currently under review and will become available on our website in the coming weeks. The consortium will keep you informed through this Planetary Security newsletter.

The policy brief Food security was published in May 2017. In April 2017 the policy briefs Making water cooperation work and Insurgency, terrorism and organised crime were published. The briefing note Why and how to use foresight tools was also published. In March 2017 the policy briefs EU and climate security and Translating climate security policy into practice were published. Last December the reports Economics of planetary security and Towards a global resilience agenda - Action on climate fragility risks were published.
 
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