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Publications relevant for the 'Climate Change and the Military' project.

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Climate change and its possible security implications - UN General Assembly resolution

Deeply concerned about the possible security implications of climate change, on 3 June 2009, the General Assembly invited the major organs of the United Nations, including the Security Council, to intensify their efforts to address the challenge, as...

Climate Change and National Security- Parts of a Whole

Many experts agree that climate change is threatening our national security. Before remedies can be under-taken, however, we must gather the Earth observation data needed for assessing the threat and formulating policies to mitigate problems and...

Climate Change and National Security. An agenda for Action

Climate change presents a serious threat to the security and prosperity of the United States and other...

Climate Change and National Security: A field map and analysis of funding opportunities

Climate Change and Security: Challenges for German Development Cooperation

This publication provides a quick overview of the main insights on the security implications of climate change. The authors apply the findings to selected sectors (water; food and rural development; infrastructure, energy and transport;...

Climate Change and Security: Recommendations of the High Representative on follow-up to the High Representative and Commission report on Climate Change and International Security

In March 2008, the High Representative and the European Commission presented a joint report to the European Council, analysing the consequences of climate change for...

Climate Change and the Military: First Statement of the Military Advisory Council

A group of serving and retired military officers from Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the US released a statement on 29 October 2009 calling on all governments to "work for an ambitious and equitable international agreement" at the global...

Climate Change as the ?New? Security Threat: Implications for Africa

Climate change represents the latest in a series of environmental drivers of human confict that have been identifieed in recent decades, following others including drought, desertification, land degradation, failing water supplies, deforestation,...

Climate Change in Central Asia

"Since all the Central Asian countries rely heavily on irrigated agriculture, climate change is closely linked to water availability, energy security, and sustainable development in the region. The desiccation of the Aral Sea as a result of...

Climate Change in the Himalayas

Climate change has become a major issue in the Hindu Kush-Himalayan region. If average temperatures increase as predicted, all aspects of human and natural life will be affected. The mountain regions are particularly vulnerable, both because warming...

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