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The Center for Climate and Security is partnering with Arizona State University’s Global Security Initiative, the Security and Sustainability Forum, and a number of other promotion partner organizations, to launch the “Global Climate Security Series” – a series of webinars aimed at fleshing out the connection between climate change and sub-national, national and international security, as well as offering solutions for governments and civil society. The first in the series, titled “Peace, Conflict and the Scale of the Climate Risk Landscape,” includes a number of key experts, including the Center for Climate and Security’s Christine Parthemore, UT Austin’s Joshua Busby and Columbia University’s Marc Levy, and is designed to provide the “risk landscape” context for subsequent place-based and sector-based webinars in the series. It will be held on August 25 from 1:15-2:45pm EDT. To register, click the button below.
For more on the substance of the first webinar, and bios of the panelists, see below (from the webinar series website):
Arizona State University’s Global Security Initiative (GSI) and the Security and Sustainability Forum (SSF) are launching a series of webinars titled the “Global Climate Security Series.” The Center for Climate and Security is partnering with GSI and SSF to develop and promote the webinars, and encourages anyone who is interested to attend. It’s going to kick off with a great roster of panelists (see below), in the first webinar titled “Peace, Conflict and the Scale of the Climate Risk Landscape,” which will be held on August 25 from 1:15pm to 2:45pm EDT. To register for it, click here.