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‘Nature Knows No Boundaries’: The Role of Nature Conservation in Peacebuilding

‘Nature Knows No Boundaries’: The Role of Nature Conservation in Peacebuilding

Source: Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2017

Author(s): Alexandre Roulin, Mansour Abu Rashid, Baruch Spiegel, Motti Charter, Amélie N. Dreiss, and Yossi Leshem

Countries: Israel, Jordan, Palestine

Topics: Cooperation, Renewable Resources

Added: 14/02/2018

 

Humanity is facing a biodiversity crisis. To solve environmental problems, we bring people from Israel, Jordan, and the Palestinian Authority to the same table. Conservation efforts are beneficial for all communities and facilitate constructive dialog across divides in conflict zones. This pleads for the integration of nature conservation into peacebuilding...

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5th Al-Moumin Award & Lecture - Ken Conca & Geoff Dabelko [Video]

5th Al-Moumin Award & Lecture - Ken Conca & Geoff Dabelko [Video]

Source: ELI, AU, and UN Environment, 2018

Topics: Cooperation, Governance, Programming

Added: 12/02/2018

 

The 5th Al-Moumin Award & Lecture was hosted by American University's School of International Service, the Environmental Law Institute, and UN Environment on January 30th, 2018. This year's awardees were Ken Conca & Geoff Dabelko.  

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Water Security in Transboundary Systems: Cooperation in Intractable Conflicts and the Nile System

Water Security in Transboundary Systems: Cooperation in Intractable Conflicts and the Nile System

Source: Anthem Press, 2017

Author(s): Jenny R. Kehl

Countries: Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan, Sudan, Uganda

Topics: Climate Change, Cooperation, Governance, Renewable Resources

Added: 09/02/2018

 

Transboundary water- governance systems are emerging to negotiate watersharing policies to promote security, stability and sustainability. Yet transboundary water disputes occur within most major shared water systems, and weak riparians are often coerced to agree to water- sharing policies that adversely affect them. This chapter examines strategies to promote cooperation...

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Israeli Water Diplomacy and National Security Concerns

Israeli Water Diplomacy and National Security Concerns

Source: EcoPeace Middle East and INSS, 2018

Author(s): Oded Eran, Gidon Bromberg, and Giulia Giordano

Countries: Israel, Jordan, Palestine

Topics: Basic Services, Cooperation, Economic Recovery , Governance, Peace Agreements, Renewable Resources, Weapons, Waste, and Pollution

Added: 09/02/2018

 

This paper reflects on the concepts of water security and water diplomacy, describes the state of water security in Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian Territories, and presents a set of recommendations to decision makers designed to advance Israeli Palestinian water security and shared national security concerns. The paper contends that water...

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Does Environmental Peacemaking between States Work? Insights on Cooperative Environmental Agreements and Reconciliation in International Rivalries

Does Environmental Peacemaking between States Work? Insights on Cooperative Environmental Agreements and Reconciliation in International Rivalries

Source: SAGE, 2018

Author(s): Tobias Ide

Countries: Armenia, Bolivia, Côte d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ecuador

Topics: Cooperation, Dispute Resolution/Mediation, Peace Agreements, Renewable Resources

Added: 06/02/2018

 

The literature on environmental peacemaking argues that cooperation in the face of shared environmental challenges can facilitate further cooperation, trust building, and eventually peace between states in conflict. Empirical research on environmental peacemaking, predominantly conducted in the form of single case studies, has so far been inconclusive. This article uses...

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Collaboration or Obstruction? Rebel Group Behavior during Natural Disaster Relief in the Philippines

Collaboration or Obstruction? Rebel Group Behavior during Natural Disaster Relief in the Philippines

Source: Political Geography, 2014

Author(s): Colin Walch

Countries: Philippines

Topics: Cooperation, Dispute Resolution/Mediation

Added: 05/02/2018

 

Under what conditions do rebel groups collaborate with the government in disaster relief operations? Despite the fact that many natural disasters occur in armed conflict contexts, little is known about the impact of conflict actors on natural disaster relief efforts. Affected by the same typhoon, the Moro Islamic Liberation Front...

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What Follows the Storm? Research on the Effect of Disasters on Conflict and Cooperation

What Follows the Storm? Research on the Effect of Disasters on Conflict and Cooperation

Source: Global Change, Peace, & Security, 2013

Author(s): Philip A. Streich and David Bell Mislan

Topics: Conflict Causes, Cooperation

Added: 04/02/2018

 

In the last decade the concept of disaster diplomacy has drawn interest to the links between major natural disasters and international conflict. This paper reviews the disparate set of works covering this relationship. This body of work, which draws on multiple disciplinary traditions extending over three generations, holds vast potential...

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Greece–Turkey Disaster Diplomacy from Disaster Risk Reduction

Greece–Turkey Disaster Diplomacy from Disaster Risk Reduction

Source: International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 2016

Author(s): Theodore Koukis, Ilan Kelman, and N. Emel Ganapati

Countries: Greece, Turkey

Topics: Conflict Causes, Cooperation

Added: 04/02/2018

 

Disaster diplomacy examines how and why disaster-related activities do or do not reduce conflict and increase cooperation. The 1999 earthquakes in Greece and Turkey became an icon for this field of research, with numerous publications exploring how disasters might influence conflict. Fewer studies examine how disaster risk reduction might influence...

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Catastrophe and Conflict: Disaster Diplomacy and Its Foreign Policy Implications

Catastrophe and Conflict: Disaster Diplomacy and Its Foreign Policy Implications

Source: Brill Research Perspectives in Diplomacy and Foreign Policy, 2016

Author(s): Ilan Kelman

Topics: Climate Change, Cooperation, Governance

Added: 04/02/2018

 

Disaster diplomacy examines how and why disaster-related activities (disaster response and disaster risk reduction) do and do not lead to diplomatic endeavours. With respect to foreign policy implications, the main question examined here is: Under what circumstances could disaster diplomacy be actively made to succeed or not succeed? Previous case...

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Water as an Asset for Peace: Atlas of Risks and Opportunities

Water as an Asset for Peace: Atlas of Risks and Opportunities

Source: Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, 2017

Topics: Basic Services, Cooperation, Renewable Resources

Added: 04/02/2018

 

Over the past decade, discussions about water have not only featured more prominently in the media and political circles; water has also increasingly become associated with words like stress, crisis, conflict and even war. Grim predictions about looming conflicts, extreme drought and the catastrophic impacts of climate change paint a...

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