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Why and how to use foresight tools

Assessing climate security risks can be challenging, as there are significant and multi-faceted uncertainties involved.This briefing note discusses how foresight tools offer a practical toolset for formulating responses to climate security risks.
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Climate-fragility risks at Stockholm Forum

PSI partner Adelphi, along with partners SIPRI and SEI, is organising a side event at the forthcoming Stockholm Forum on Peace and Development on May 3-4. The event will focus on climate-fragility risks in the Lake Chad Region and the scope for conflict prevention and resilience building.
 
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Berlin Conference: Planetary Boundaries

The Planetary Boundaries Conference in Berlin on 24-25 April focuses on how the planetary boundaries concept can be used to shape our governance systems at all levels: politically, socially and economically. This usage can enable and facilitate humanity’s remaining within or returning into a safe operating space.
 
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Can the military fight climate change?

Climate change impacts are widely seen as a threat to international peace and security. Defence communities increasingly acknowledge that climate change acts as multiplier of existing conflicts and integrate climate concerns into their planning. Tom Middendorp, Chief of Defense of the Netherlands, explains how climate change can become a ground for violent conflict.
 
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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.

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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