Climate Change, Migration, and Conflict – Addressing Complex Crisis Scenarios in the 21st Century

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on January 12, 2012

Climate Change, Migration, and Conflict – Addressing Complex Crisis Scenarios in the 21st Century, By Michael Werz, Laura Conley | January 3, 2012: “This report provides the foundation and overview for a series of papers focusing on the particular challenges posed by the cumulative effects of climate change, migration, and conflict in some of our world’s most complex environments. In the papers following this report, we plan to outline the effects of this nexus in northwest Africa, in India and Bangladesh, in the Andean region of South America, and in China. In this paper we detail that nexus across our planet and offer wideranging recommendations about how the United States, its allies in the global community, and the community at large can deal with the coming climate-driven crises with comprehensive sustainable security solutions encompassing national security, diplomacy, and economic, social, and environmental development.”

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