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- DocumentFride, 2015Many climate experts agree that the Sahel is a key hotspot for global climate change. Throughout the region, higher temperatures, increasingly variable rainfall, and more frequent droughts and storms will interact with high levels of vulnerability and low adaptive capacities to significantly challenge continued development progress.DocumentUNDP-UNEP Poverty-Environment Initiative, 2014The output report from the 2014 Enhancing the Horn of Africa responsive capacity to climate change impacts workshop, held in Nairobi.Document2015This reports suggests key findings under topic areas, including:DocumentAfrican Centre for Constructive Resolution of Disputes, 2011Using a human security perspective, this report identifies and analyses local and international non-governmental organisation (NGO) interventions in cases of conflicts related to the environment and environmental change in the southern Sahel of Sudan.DocumentAfrican Centre for Constructive Resolution of Disputes, 2011Thia paper provides a statement of outcomes from the COP17 High-Level Panel Discussion, Durban, South Africa, 6 December 2011. For the African continent to deal with potential security implications of climate change, regional cooperation and international outreach are important, and this paper highlights reommendations coming out of the Panel discussion:DocumentEnvironmental Justice Foundation, 2014In an urgent call to action, The Environmental Justice Foundation have published this report analysing the potential for climate change to increase conflict in vulnerable states.Document
The Adaptation Fund, Clean Development Mechanism and Reduced Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation Fund: some national and subnational experiencesCenter for Security Studies, 2011With developing countries anticipating the flow of billions of dollars from developed countries to address the devastating impacts of climate change, it is important to recognise that the amounts of funding, the number of institutions involved and coherence in the global architecture will be meaningless without there being democratic governance of the funds at the local level.DocumentOxfam, 2008This briefing proposes that human rights principles provide a guideline for dealing with climate change.DocumentInstitute for Environmental Security, 2008This paper documents the conference entitled “From Bali to Poznan: New Issues, New Challenges”. Convened by the Institute of Environmental Security on the 18 December 2007 and held at the European Parliament in Brussels, the conference discussed the impact of climate change on international security and sustainable development.