Climate Security Vulnerability in Africa: Strategic Implications for the United States

CCAPS researcher Joshua Busby presents research on the Climate Security Vulnerability in Africa: Strategic Implications for the United States at the American Security Project in Washington, D.C., in December 2013.

Food Price Spikes and Social Unrest in Africa

Todd G. Smith presents Food Price Spikes and Social Unrest in Africa at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association in San Francisco, California on April 3-6, 2013.

Climate Security Vulnerability in Africa Mapping 3.0

Joshua Busby presents Climate Security Vulnerability in Africa Mapping 3.0 at the 2013 Annual Meeting of the International Studies Association in San Francisco, California on April 3-6, 2013.

Of Climate Change and Crystal Balls: The Future of Climate Change in Africa

CCAPS researcher Joshua Busby presents research on the future consequences of climate change in Africa at the American Political Science Association's meeting in Seattle, Washington in September 2011 and the International Studies Association Conference in New Orleans, Lousiana in February 2010.

Climate Security And East Africa: A GIS-Based Analysis Of Vulnerability

Todd G. Smith presents the CCAPS vulnerability team's research at the IPSS/UPEACE sponsored conference on Traditional Knowledge and Adaptation to Adverse Impacts of Climate Change Among Pastoralists of the Horn of Africa in September 2011 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. 

Fighting in the Rain

Todd Smith presents the CCAPS program's research on monthly rainfall extremes and social unrest in Africa at the International Studies Association Annual Convention in March 2010.