This research develops a global index of exposure to transnational climate impacts. Photo credit: Getty/farakos Indicators used in climate change adaptation planning are largely based on estimates of national or local
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Essay by: Malin Mobjörk In place in Trump’s America, from the first parquet in Washington, DC, Malin Mobjörk shares her thoughts on the current climate security debate. Malin Mobjörk is one
Recording of the webinar Webinar with Magnus Benzie, Mistra Geopolitics researcher and Research fellow at Stockholm Environment Institute. Adaptation is traditionally implemented at national and subnational levels. However, climate risks
Researcher: Magnus Benzie Living in an era of growing interconnectedness, it is time to admit: climate adaptation isn’t only a matter of national policy. Climate change does not respect national
Mistra Geopolitics researcher, André Månberger A new publication co-authored by Mistra Geopolitics researcher, André Månberger has been published in the Energy policy journal and is now available online. The study analysed
Are you also interested in climate change and security from a broad perspective? The Brussels Dialogue on Climate Diplomacy continously compiles those issues in reports, workshops proceedings and events. Mistra
© Mixed Alternative/Flickr Although Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) have agreed to limit warming to “well below” 2°C, the nationally determined contributions (NDCs) that
Björn-Ola Linnér, Programme Director Dear Mistra Geopolitics Programme partners and researchers, It is with significant satisfaction, relief, pride, and most of all considerable curiosity, that I summarize the activities for
Photo credit: UN Women/Ryan Brown (Flickr). Over the past decade, climate change has become increasingly embedded within global security discourse, but whether it should be formally considered as a matter
Climate security, resilience and peace-building in Africa featured largely during last month’s Planetary Security Conference. Dr Eva Lövbrand, Senior Lecturer at Linköping University and Dr Malin Mobjörk, Senior Researcher at SIPRI; both deeply involved in the Mistra Geopolitics Programme were present. Here, they give a hopeful reflection with focus on Africa.
Borderless climate risks have the potential to severely hamper or completely roll-back progress made on building resilience through climate change adaptation. Can they be addressed in the follow-up of the
The Climate sees no borders. Since climate risks are “borderless”, adaptation to climate change is also a global concern. Today, many discussions on climate adaptation are seen as national issues.
Can facts and figures help calm down the emotions around migration issues and bring about a more factual debate? Joakim Palme believes that. He is a Professor of political science