Exploring the Security Implications of Climate Change

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Science and the International Politics of Climate Change

In their article in the Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations, Cullen Hendrix and Idean Salehyan examine several reasons for the failure to reach an international treaty on climate change. They propose several policies and…


Political Marginalization, Climate Change, and Conflict in African Sahel States

This article in the International Studies Review by Clionadh Raleigh discusses the probability of increased communal conflict in African states due to the political vulnerability of groups to climate change.


Copenhagen’s Climate Finance Promise: Six Key Questions

CCAPS researcher J. Timmons Roberts, Martin Stadelmann, and Saleemul Huq take a closer look at the Copenhagen promise and discuss six big questions about climate finance in their briefing by the International Institute for Environment…


Feeding Insecurity? Poverty, Weak States, and Climate Change

Joshua Busby examines the relationship between environmental quality, poverty, and security in his chapter in Confronting Poverty. The chapter explores what may be gained from efforts to securitize climate change, the evidence underpinning this, and varied…

Billions at Stake in Climate Finance: Four Key Lessons

Peter Newell, CCAPS research J. Timmons Roberts, Emily Boyd, and Saleemul Huq identify four key lessons that donor countries need to learn in their briefing by the International Institute for Environment and Development.