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As a testament to the increasing demand for a broader and more nuanced understanding of how climate change interacts with foreign policy and national security priorities, there are A LOT of great upcoming climate and security events. Below is a list of public events with links to more information. We will be providing summaries of as many of these as possible via this blog, Twitter (@CntrClimSec) and Facebook (Center for Climate and Security). If you plan on attending, or following along online, keep the conversation flowing by using the hashtag #ClimateSecurity. (more…)
The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) is hosting an event in Vienna, Austria on October 28th focusing on climate change and security. This is part of the Security Days series. Registration and further details are listed below. The draft agenda, concept note and registration form are available on the OSCE Security Days webpage. The event will also be webcast. (more…)
There are some interesting conferences on the horizon investigating the risks of climate change. Many of these are either streaming the conference live or will post conference videos and materials at a later date, so even if you are not able to attend in person, you can check them out. We will update this list as we come across others. (more…)
Upcoming Conference – Shifting Conflict Patterns in Africa: Drivers of Instability and Strategies for Cooperation
There is an interesting conference on the horizon in Austin, Texas. Below are the details of the conference taken from the Robert S. Strauss Center for International Security and Law website. Additional information can be found here.