Last week, world leaders and defence professionals have met at the 75th NATO Summit in Washington D.C., where they discussed issues such as the war in Ukraine, the Eastern flank, deterrence and innovation.

Sustainable security: Reducing Emissions in Military Supply ChainsOn July 10, 2024, the International Military Council on Climate and Security (IMCCS
Revisiting the Commission on Climate Change and Development in the polycrisis contextDuring the first decades of climate policy discourse and multilateral negotiations, most attention was given to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
In April 2024 the Climate Adapt website of the European Union published a publicly available tool to visualize the impacts of climate change in Europe.
Global militaries are some of the largest carbon polluters on the planet. Yet we still know very little about their overall contribution to climate change. Militaries generally do not report their emissions to international climate bodies.
Russia’s war in Ukraine has caused extensive devastation, including the destruction or damage of homes, schools, hospitals, and other critical public facilities, leaving citizens without essential resources such as water, electricity, and healthcare.
The Nile Delta, the cradle of historical, agricultural, and cultural heritage for Egypt, is on the cusp of an ecological disaster largely driven by climate change. The densely populated Delta is home to half of Egypt’s population, close to 50 million people.