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Environmental Peacebuilding and Political Legitimacy in Post-Conflict Nepal

Environmental Peacebuilding and Political Legitimacy in Post-Conflict Nepal

Source: Uppsala University, 2015

Author(s): Florian Krampe

Countries: Nepal

Topics: Peace Agreements, Programming

Added: 09/06/2016

 

Environmental issues in post-conflict societies have received increased interest as scholars recognize that ‘populations caught up in conflicts or living in post-conflict societies are often more vulnerable to climate change’. Some researchers and policymakers argue that ‘environmental peacebuilding’, i.e. the consideration of environmental issues in post-conflict policies, can contribute to...

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The Environment and Peace -- Environmental Policies in Peace Processes and Their Contribution to Building Peace

The Environment and Peace -- Environmental Policies in Peace Processes and Their Contribution to Building Peace

Source: Uppsala University, 2013

Author(s): Florian Krampe

Topics: Peace Agreements, Programming

Added: 09/06/2016

 

Does peacebuilding in the environmental sector influence perceptions of popular legitimacy of post-conflict authorities? Guided by this question this research plan addresses a gap in the literature on peacebuilding and environmental studies. Only limited research has been conducted on the link between the environment and peacebuilding. Generally, scholars and practitioners...

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Entre sécurisation de l’environnement et environnementalisation de la sécurité: Le défi de la sécurité environnementale à l’ONU

Entre sécurisation de l’environnement et environnementalisation de la sécurité: Le défi de la sécurité environnementale à l’ONU

Between Securitization of the Environment and Environmentalization of Security: The Challenge of Environmental Security for the United Nations

Source: SciencesPo, 2016

Author(s): Lucile Maertens

Topics: Assessment, Climate Change, Conflict Prevention, Peace and Security Operations, Programming

Added: 02/06/2016

 

Le deuxième volume du cinquième rapport du Groupe intergouvernemental d’experts sur l’évolution du climat (GIEC) consacre, pour la première fois en 2014, un chapitre intégral à la sécurité humaine. Alors que l’abondance des études recensées dans ce rapport montre l’intérêt considérable que suscite la question des impacts sécuritaires du changement climatique, le rapprochement...

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How to Integrate Climate and Conflict Risks in Development Cooperation – Experiences and Lessons Learnt

How to Integrate Climate and Conflict Risks in Development Cooperation – Experiences and Lessons Learnt

Source: Stockholm University, 2016

Author(s): Maria-Therese Gustafsson

Topics: Climate Change, Programming

Added: 24/05/2016

 

There is broad agreement among practitioners and scholars that the combined task of responding to climate induced security risks requires ‘integrated approaches’. While development organisations have started to integrate the security implications of climate change into high-level policies, there are still important obstacles to effective implementation. This policy brief summarises...

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How Do Development Organisations Integrate Climate and Conflict Risks?  Experiences and Lessons Learnt from the UK, Germany and the Netherlands

How Do Development Organisations Integrate Climate and Conflict Risks? Experiences and Lessons Learnt from the UK, Germany and the Netherlands

Source: Stockholm University, 2016

Author(s): Maria-Therese Gustafsson

Topics: Basic Services, Climate Change, Programming

Added: 24/05/2016

 

The security implications of climate change have attracted increased attention in policy and research during the past decade. Since climate change has far reaching implications on human livelihoods and activities, the potential security implications are broad and complex. As stated in the fifth assessment report from the Intergovernmental Panel of...

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A Coming Anarchy? Pathways from Climate Change to Violent Conflict in East Africa

A Coming Anarchy? Pathways from Climate Change to Violent Conflict in East Africa

Source: Stockholm University, 2016

Author(s): Sebastian van Baalen and Malin Mobjork

Topics: Climate Change, Programming, Renewable Resources

Added: 24/05/2016

 

The warming of the climate system is unequivocal according to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), and will have a strong impact on the security of humans and states alike. In the past half-century the climate system has changed in unprecedented ways and future climate change and variability will...

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Post-Conflict Recovery in Africa: An Agenda for the Africa Region

Post-Conflict Recovery in Africa: An Agenda for the Africa Region

Source: World Bank, 2002

Author(s): Serge Michailof, Marcus Kostner, and Xavier Devictor

Topics: Conflict Causes, Economic Recovery , Programming

Added: 09/05/2016

 

Understanding the causes of conflicts is critical to stopping and preventing war. The causes may be complex and country specific, and may involve long-term and short-term issues. The decision to intervene in a complex post-conflict situation raises difficult, sensitive questions for the Bank. The paper first outlines key features of...

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Addressing the Role of Natural Resources: A Summary of Progress from UNEP’s Environmental Cooperation for Peacebuilding Programme in Conflict and Peacebuilding

Addressing the Role of Natural Resources: A Summary of Progress from UNEP’s Environmental Cooperation for Peacebuilding Programme in Conflict and Peacebuilding

Source: UNEP, 2015

Topics: Cooperation, Land, Programming

Added: 18/04/2016

 

Preventing, managing and resolving natural resource conflicts is undoubtedly among the key peace and security challenges of the 21st century. Increasing demand for natural resources combined with environmental degradation and climate change will serve to intensify competitive pressures between countries and communities over resource access, ownership and use. Many experts...

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The Impact of UNEP on Afghan Environment Conservation

The Impact of UNEP on Afghan Environment Conservation

Source: The Bayat Foundation, 2015

Countries: Afghanistan

Topics: Assessment, Climate Change, Land, Programming, Renewable Resources

Added: 18/04/2016

 

Decades of conflict have taken an enormous toll on Afghanistan’s environment. The path to continued, sustainable development must include efforts to assess and repair ecological damage, which has an effect on everything from drinking water to clean air. One of the leaders of environmental philanthropy in Afghanistan is the United...

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Fragile Environment, Fragile State: What Role for Conflict-Sensitivity and Peace-Building?

Fragile Environment, Fragile State: What Role for Conflict-Sensitivity and Peace-Building?

Source: Canadian Council for International Co-operation, 2009

Author(s): Surendrini Wijeyaratne

Topics: Climate Change, Conflict Prevention, Governance, Livelihoods, Programming

Added: 28/03/2016

 

This briefing note is the third in a series of three CCIC background papers for the January 2009 Reclaiming the Commons Policy Roundtable. The papers illustrate environmental justice dimensions in CCIC policy work on: Aid and Development; Trade and Economic Justice; and Peace and Conflict. This paper provides of brief...

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