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There are 201 items in Multimedia. Items are listed by date added.

 

A collection of image galleries and video clips from our partners.

 

 

ISIS-Controlled Oil Production Sites, 2014-16 [Infographic]

ISIS-Controlled Oil Production Sites, 2014-16 [Infographic]

Source: Princeton University, 2017

Author(s): Jacob N. Shapiro

Countries: Iraq, Syria

Topics: Extractive Resources

Added: 12/11/2017

 

Using satellite imagery, a team of researchers led by Princeton University and the World Bank analyzed 42 oil production sites controlled by ISIS across Syria and Iraq from 2014 to 2016. They measured the volume of radiant heat produced by gas flaring at all production sites.

 

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Hampton Roads Infastructure: Potential Impact of Sea Level Rise on Military Sites [Infographic]

Hampton Roads Infastructure: Potential Impact of Sea Level Rise on Military Sites [Infographic]

Source: Center for Climate and Energy Solutions, 2017

Countries: United States

Topics: Climate Change, Peace and Security Operations

Added: 06/11/2017

 

Reference Sea Level rise may approach 1 meter by 2100. A 10-foot storm surge today would exceed the 3-meter rise shown. 

 

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Hard to Breathe: Afghanistan Air Pollution - Part 2 [Video]

Hard to Breathe: Afghanistan Air Pollution - Part 2 [Video]

Source: UN Environment, 2017

Countries: Afghanistan

Topics: Weapons, Waste, and Pollution

Added: 06/11/2017

 

In this short video, Fatima from Afghanistan talks about the challenges of air pollution from cooking on a fire indoors. 27,000 deaths a year in Afghanistan are attributed to indoor air pollution. UN Environment designed and distributed clean cook stoves benefiting women and young children.  

 

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Hard to Breathe: Afghanistan Air Pollution - Part 1 [Video]

Hard to Breathe: Afghanistan Air Pollution - Part 1 [Video]

Source: UN Environment, 2017

Countries: Afghanistan

Topics: Weapons, Waste, and Pollution

Added: 06/11/2017

 

In this short video, Professor Dr. Guizad from the Kabul Polytechnic University in Afghanistan talks about the challenges of outdoor air pollution in the city Air Pollution kills twice as many people in Kabul every year as war. Air Pollution is one of the six dimensions of pollution brought forth at the upcoming UN Environment...

 

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Environment, Conflict and Peacebuilding: A Personal Journey of Change within the United Nations [Video]

Environment, Conflict and Peacebuilding: A Personal Journey of Change within the United Nations [Video]

Source: Oxford University, 2017

Author(s): David Jensen

Countries: Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of the Congo

Topics: Assessment, Conflict Causes, Extractive Resources, Renewable Resources

Added: 06/11/2017

 

While the links between natural resources, conflict and peace are well understood within the academic community, the UN system has been slow to respond to the risks and opportunities in a comprehensive way. A combination of geo-political interests, sovereignty concerns, and other diplomatic barriers have largely undermined reforms across the UN and prevented a coherent response...

 

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Mapping Hotspots of Climate and Security Vulnerability [Podcast]

Mapping Hotspots of Climate and Security Vulnerability [Podcast]

Source: New Security Beat, 2017

Author(s): Joshua Busby

Topics: Climate Change, Land, Renewable Resources

Added: 03/10/2017

 

Maps help us to grasp complex ideas, such as patterns of risk and vulnerability, but the stories they tell can have significant implications. “It’s very difficult to validate that what you’re capturing in the maps is representative of real-world phenomenon,” says Joshua Busby in this week’s “Backdraft” episode, describing his efforts to map climate and security...

 

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Lake Chad – Tackling Climate-Fragility Risks [Video]

Lake Chad – Tackling Climate-Fragility Risks [Video]

Source: aDelphi, 2017

Author(s): Stella Schaller, Janani Vivekananda, Stephan Wolters, Christopher Stolzenberg, and Paul-Müller Hahl

Countries: Cameroon, Chad, Niger, Nigeria

Topics: Climate Change, Conflict Prevention, Livelihoods, Renewable Resources

Added: 26/09/2017

 

The world’s most extensive humanitarian crisis since 1945 is currently playing out in the four countries that surround Lake Chad: Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria. Multiple stressors converge in the region. Unemployment, violent insurgencies, poverty and depleting resources interact with climate change and create a perfect storm of climate-fragility risks. The international community must act, in order...

 

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Reverse Osmosis for Water Purification in Badghis Province, Afghanistan [Video]

Reverse Osmosis for Water Purification in Badghis Province, Afghanistan [Video]

Source: World Vision, 2017

Countries: Afghanistan

Topics: Basic Services, Renewable Resources

Added: 07/09/2017

 

For the first time in Afghanistan, World Vision (WV) has established a solar-powered reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration system to provide clean, safe drinking water for 700 families (approximately 4900 people) in Ab Kamari district of Badghis province. It is the first solar-powered reverse osmosis unit with ultrafiltration that has ever been constructed in Afghanistan.

 

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Climate Change and Terrorist Groups - Explaining the Links [Video]

Climate Change and Terrorist Groups - Explaining the Links [Video]

Source: Adelphi, 2017

Author(s): Neil Morisetti, Bert Koenders, and Lukas Rüttinger

Topics: Climate Change, Conflict Causes, Governance, Renewable Resources

Added: 07/09/2017

 

The rise of non-state armed groups and terrorism poses new challenges for national, regional and international security. As the climate is changing, so too are the conditions in which these groups operate. Our new video, featuring Neil Morisetti and Bert Koenders, sheds light on ongoing discussions and latest research revolving around climate change, non-state armed groups...

 

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15 Years of Environmental Peacebuilding [Audio]

Source: The Wilson Center, 2017

Author(s): Sreya Panuganti

Topics: Cooperation, Governance, Renewable Resources

Added: 20/08/2017

 

Fifteen years ago, Ken Conca and Geoff Dabelko released Environmental Peacemaking. At the time, researchers were exploring how environmental degradation could catalyze conflict, but the potential for environmental cooperation had been largely neglected. They found the potential for the environment to be a point of engagement and reconciliation existed around the world, an appreciation that has...

 

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