Sunday, February 19, 2023 | 07:30-09:00
Palaisstube (Palaishall) at Hotel Bayerischer Hof
Promenadepl. 2-6, 80333 München, Germany
Climate change is a strategically significant security risk that will affect our most basic resources, including food, with potentially dire security ramifications. National and international security communities, including militaries and intelligence agencies, understand these risks and are taking action to anticipate them. However, progress in mitigating these risks will require deeper collaboration among the climate change, agriculture and food security, and national security communities through targeted research, policy development, and community building.
This interactive roundtable, hosted by The Center for Climate and Security (CCS) with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, will feature a high-level discussion aimed at identifying further areas of cooperation among these sectors and exploring possible areas for policy action.
Arrival and Breakfast
Welcome and Overview
Ms. Patricia Parera, Senior Research Fellow, Center for Climate and Security
The moderator will turn to key participants with prepared questions to get the conversation started. Participants will also be able to offer comments directly once the conversation starts to flow.
- The Center for Climate and Security:
- Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations
- The World Bank
- Farm Journal Foundation
Center for Climate and Security Contacts
Brigitte Hugh, Research Fellow, firstname.lastname@example.org
Patricia Parera, Senior Research Fellow, email@example.com