Highlights from the Mistra Geopolitics annual conference 2023

Experts shared the latest insights from the research themes of food security, sustainable oceans, decarbonization and foresight in Sigtuna.

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How do international organizations respond to climate risks?

In this journal article Bremberg and co-authors explores what underpins policy actions for climate security in international organizations.

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Launch seminar for new report on climate, migration and political choices

A new report on climate change and migration with a focus on future scenarios and political choices will be launched on 8 November.

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Information challenges for humanitarian response to climate shocks in fragile settings

Insights from the Stockholm World Water Week session "Humanitarian responses to climate-related shocks in fragile settings: information challenges."

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Nina von Uexkull wins Uppsala University’s Oscar Prize

Nina von Uexkull has been awarded the prestigious Oscar Prize for her work on security implications of climate change.

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New book chapter on climate and security in the Mediterranean

Climate-related challenges that societies in the Mediterranean region are facing are analyzed in this recently published book.

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From COP26 to Stockholm+50

Björn-Ola Linnér summarizes the outcomes of COP26 in Glasgow and look ahead towards the Stockholm+50 conference to be held in June this year.

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Briefing the UN Security Council on the impacts of emerging technologies

Dr Boulanin gave a briefing on trends in the development and use of emerging technologies, opportunities and risks for international peace and security.

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Can we predict climate change impacts on future peace and security?

In the same manner as societies are developing policies to strike the optimal balance between public safety and social and economic cost of Covid-19, the international community is negotiating strategies to address climate change.

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New book about security, insecurity and the Anthropocene

A new book is published today by SIPRI and Oxford University Press. “Anthropocene (In)securities: Reflections on Collective Survival 50 Years After the Stockholm Conference”, is edited by E. Lövbrand and M. Mobjörk and includes a foreword by Ambassador Jan Eliasson.

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