International Climate Change Policies: The Potential Relevance of REDD+ For Peace and Stability
The debate on climate change as a threat to peace and stability has gained some momentum in recent years. In particular, the fourth assessment report published by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) triggered a surge of interest in the potential security implications of climate change.
KeywordsForest Owner Climate Change Policy Forest Sector Violent Conflict International Climate Change
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