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Creating a climate for collaboration: 

Ways forward for environment, climate change, and peace

Description

 

In the face of global crisis, political will and resources are increasingly flowing into responses to climate change and environmental degradation. Research and practice at the nexus between peace, conflict, and the natural environment stretches back decades, but now more than ever, it must be amplified and integrated into responses at the international, state, and local levels. How might we communicate across disciplines, sectors, silos, and language, and collaborate in face of a growing crisis? Where and how are actors from these different, but linked, fields creating synergies and working together? How can they continue to mutually reinforce one another’s work while respecting their respective differences? 

 

Online Workshops

The Online Workshops for the thematic track "Creating a climate for collaboration: Ways forward for environment, climate change, and peace" will be available to attend online during Geneva Peace Week. Click below to view the agenda, and be sure to register to attend once our registration process launches.

 

Digital Series Content list

The Digital Series thematic track "Creating a climate for collaboration: Ways forward for environment, climate change, and peace" will be available to access on this page and the Geneva Peace Week app during and after GPW21. 

Please see the Digital Series Content list for this track:

  • Video: "Raw and sea waters. Sciences diplomacy and technological tools: How to apply them at local level" 
  • Podcast: "Using media and communication to address climate-affected drivers of conflict"  
  • Podcast: "The LISC and MAS: Creating an interdisciplinary, international collaboration to address island climate migration
  • Video: "Climate Dilemma: Challenges and Impacts on Migration" 
  • Video: "Co-Designing a Space for Women, Peace and the Environment in the Korean DMZ" 
  • Video: "Addressing the nexus of faith, environmental and ecosystem degradation, and peace building through natural resource management"

 

To view the full content list for the GPW21 Digital Series, please click below.