Climate Change and Global Security: Navigating the Impacts

Climate change is increasingly recognized as a significant threat to global security. Rising temperatures, extreme weather events, sea-level rise, and other consequences of climate change have wide-ranging impacts on communities, economies, and political stability. This session will explore the intersection of climate change and global security, discussing the ways in which climate change exacerbates existing security challenges and gives rise to new ones. Panelists will examine case studies from around the world, highlighting the interconnectedness of climate change, conflict, migration, and resource scarcity. Panelists will also discuss strategies to mitigate and adapt to the security risks posed by climate change, such as incorporating climate considerations into security policies, promoting sustainable development, and fostering international cooperation.




Location: Czech Republic – Prague
Time: TBA

Registration Fee: USD$200

NB: Accommodation, flight and personal cost are not included in the registration fee.