1.26 billion people at highest risk of conflict and displacement

Climate change is amplifying food risk, water risk, rapid population growth, temperature anomalies, natural disasters - pushing some countries through violent tipping points. Download the latest Ecological Threat Report from IEP.

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Conflict, Ecological Threat Report

Positive Peace ambassador Wale Adeboye, PhD understands the impact of conflict in Nigeria, and also...

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Changing Perceptions in a Changing Climate

Changing perceptions in a changing climate.

ResearchChanging perceptions in a changing climate
Ecological Threats
October 6, 2021

Changing perceptions in a changing climate

The Institute for Economics and Peace has found that some of the most significant emitters of carbon dioxide are countries where their citizens are...

DevelopmentSabine and the Sand Dam
Ecological Threats
October 12, 2021

Sabine and the Sand Dam

Sabine has been the beneficiary of a sand dam, donated by The Charitable Foundation, one of 30 such dams that the foundation has built so far in...

What is the ETR?
Ecological Threat Report
October 18, 2021

What is the ETR?

The Ecological Threat Report (ETR) 2021 is here, but what exactly is it and how is the report generated?

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