Ecological Threat Report 2022

127 countries are facing extreme ecological threats

Without concerted action, current levels of ecological degradation will worsen, intensifying existing conflicts, becoming a catalyst for new conflicts, and increasing forced migration.

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Analysing Ecological Threats, Resilience & Peace.

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The 1995 World Cup final pitted South Africa against New Zealand in a stadium packed to capacity. Five minutes before the kick-off Mandela appeared...

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In systems, timing is everything. There are moments where small actions can shift an entire system into a new state. These moments are called tipping...

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Hypersonic missiles: A new arms race?

Escalating global tensions, competition and national pride is fuelling the pursuit of hypersonic missiles. Recent defence spending patterns appear to...


World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates

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