A new publication by the UK-based Grantham Institute unravels the scientific contestation regarding the (causal) relationship between climate change and conflict. It points to the divergence among the natural and social sciences and across different sectors, which results in highly fragmented and contested evidence linking climate change, low carbon transition and conflicts.
The Planetary Security Initiative (PSI), is pleased to announce that the fourth annual Planetary Security Conference (PSC 2019), will take place on 19th & 20th of  February, 2019, in the Hague.
On 22 June 2018, the EU High Representative Federica Mogherini will convene a high-level event Climate, Peace and Security: The Time for Action in Brussels. The objective is to examine the climate-security nexus to identify approaches to address its growing challenge. The event will focus on two themes: the responsibility to prepare for climate-security risks and moving from early warning to early action.
On April 24, a meeting co-organised by PSI-Consortium partner the Center for Climate and Security in collaboration with the Institute for Environmental Security, the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University, IHE Delft and the Embassy of the Netherlands in the US organised an event to discuss climate and water-related risks and resilience initiatives.