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Climate change and resource conflict
 
Nyhet
19 September 2022
Disaster risk reduction for food security and nutrition

The Global Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction 2022 provided a crucial forum for discussing how climate change impacts different sectors, and offered an opportunity to explore collaboration to break down silos and strengthen plans for disaster risk management and climate adaptation. 

Climate change and resource conflict
Landscape management
Food systems
 
Nyhet
28 April 2021
Swedish development actors convene a public consultation on hunger and conflict to feed into the top UN meeting on food

We have to ensure that the Food Systems Summit process addresses the needs of those living in conflict-affected areas, who often are at most risk of food insecurity.

Climate change and resource conflict
Landscape management
 
Evenemang
21 October 2020
The Stockholm High-Level Meeting on addressing the humanitarian impact of climate change

The Government of Sweden is holding a meeting about the humanitarian impacts of climate change, with food security and risk anticipation as a focus.

Climate change and resource conflict
Rural transformation
Land, Livestock and Livelihoods; the Triple L Research Initiative
 
Publikation
5 March 2019
Building resilience and disaster risk reduction among pastoralist communities in West Pokot

This policy brief provides findings and recommendations from the Triple-L research initiative how to build resilience among pastoralists in West Pokot, Kenya.

Climate change and resource conflict
Landscape management
 
Evenemang
15 May 2016
Community resource management, landscapes and climate change in South- and Southeast Asia

This event is a collaboration between the Themes of "Forests, Landscapes and Food Security" and the "Sustainable Agricultural Production and Food Security."The entry point for the workshop is...

Climate change and resource conflict
Rural transformation
 
Nyhet
8 October 2012
Weather related crises – Improved resilience in development cooperation!

Weather-related crises pose a serious threat to human development and in some places it is already undermining the international community’s efforts to reduce poverty. How should we refocus and strengthen our work to become more effective?