10th BDCD meeting addresses security implications of climate change


10th BDCD meeting addresses security implications of climate change

Addressing the security implication of a changing climate requires an all-of-government and an all-of-society approach. The 10th meeting of the Brussels Dialogue on Climate Diplomacy  held on 14 May 2019 at the Permanent Representation of the Netherlands to the European Union highlighted the implications and examined how the military and defence community can play an important role in an integrated approach.

Panelists spoke on the risks that a changing climate poses for global stability, conflict and military missions; on the climate and security work of policy-makers in Australia, Japan, New Zealand and the U.S.; and on recent climate and security developments in Iraq and Mali.

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