The PSI will participate in a symposium on 15 June 2017 to learn more about how key decision-makers from Africa understand the relationship between climate, migration and security.
9 June 2017 saw the launch of a new volume in which security experts identify 12 climate and security epicenters that will shape the geostrategic landscape of the 21st century.
On June 20 Wageningen University & Research will hold a meeting where the challenges in dealing with present and future global migration streams will be explored.
We now welcome suggestions for interactive workshops to be held at the next Planetary Security Conference on 12-13 December 2017 in The Hague.
It is with great pleasure that the PSI announces its third annual Planetary Security Conference that will take place on 12 and 13 December 2017.
A launch event on the report 'Epicenters of Climate and Security: The new geo-strategic landscape of the anthropocene' on 9 June.
At the 2017 Stockholm Forum two sessions were held on climate change and fragility risks in the Lake Chad region.
Many countries in the MENA region could benefit from enhanced cooperation to deal with challenges in the WEF-Security Nexus approach.
Improving food insecurity can help reduce tensions and addresses some of the fundamental grievances that motivate conflict.
Water scarcity is regarded as the most important issue in relation to political tension and conflict. What are the relations between water, climate and human security?