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The first Planetary Security Conference: Peace and Cooperation in Times of Climate Change and Global Environmental Challenges was held at the Peace Palace in The Hague on 2-3 November 2015. Organised by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, it brought together practitioners and experts from the defense, aid, and foreign policy community to discuss the impact of climate change and other global environmental challenges on security. The conference report consists of a comprehensive summary of the proceedings as well as of twelve working group reports which are illustrated by infographics. Next to analyses of obstacles to further progress, the report summarises recommendations for future policies to strengthen resilience in the face of climate and other environmental changes.
The twelve 2015 Planetary Security Conference working group reports can be downloaded individually:
|Working Group 1: |
Analysis of Syria: Lessons Learned
|Working Group 2: |
Small Island Developing States (SIDS)
|Working Group 3: |
Africa: Focus on Sahel
|Working Group 4: |
The Political Dimensions of the Anthropocene
|Working Group 5: |
The World in 2050: A Far Future Scenario Workshop
|Working Group 6: |
Urban Deltas: Water Related Climate Impacts
|Working Group 7: |
Security and Climate Change in the Arabian Peninsula
|Working Group 8: |
Arctic Security & Conflicting Interests
|Working Group 9: |
Food Security on the Brink?
|Working Group 10: |
Water Diplomacy for Peaceful Climate Adaptation
|Working Group 11: |
Displacement & Migration
|Working Group 12: |
Risk Assessment & Risk Management
Individual WG reports may contain non-clickable hyperlinks. Links in the full conference report are clickable.