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Conference on Greening Foreign and Security Policy: The Role of Europe - Final Conference Report

GLOBE-EU and IES co-organised a Conference on Greening Foreign and Security Policy: The Role of Europe at the European Parliament in Brussels on 6-7 December 2006. The aim of the meeting was to help promote a political process for the better integration of environment and sustainable development into European foreign and security policies.

The conference examined how environmental problems can increase risks to security and other relationships between environment and security and sustainable development in the four stages of the conflict cycle covered by our GFSP working groups:

Group A: Predicting Instability - Monitoring, risk assessments and early warning in vulnerable areas and measures to avoid conflict.

Group B: Preventing Conflict - Policy instruments and measures for areas of escalating tensions and for conflict prevention (military and non-military).

Group C: Managing Conflict - Crisis management and resolution in the event of conflict (military and non-military).

Group D: Recovery and Transition - Post conflict restoration, reconstruction and structural adaptation.

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Author(s)Jeannette E. Mullaart, Rapporteur
PublisherInstitute for Environmental Security
Place publishedThe Hague
Date / Journal Vol No.6-7 December 2006
Pages71
 

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