Alliance for Peacebuilding
October 20, 2022
11:00 AM -12:30 PM EDT
Where are low levels of security, a lack of resilience and increasing exposure to ecological threats combining to potentially catastrophic effects? What efforts, areas of focus and sub-national regions should the international community focus on and how can this be translated into more effective support for nationally and locally driven environmental and socioeconomic development efforts? How will the increasing number of megacities contribute to rural-urban dynamics, supply routes, energy usage and migration over time?
On Thursday, October 20th at 11:00 am EDT, join AfP and leading voices from the fields of conservation, climate change response and adaptation, conflict prevention, and climate fragility as we examine the newly released third edition of the Institute for Economics and Peace's Ecological Threat Report and discuss how the international community can better respond to these changing dynamics while leveraging newly identified opportunities and supporting national and local efforts already underway.
Tegan Blaine, Director, Climate, Environment, and Conflict at USIP
Allison Brown, Environmental Officer and Climate Integration Lead, USAID Conflict Prevention and Stabilization Bureau
Richard Ponzio, Senior Fellow and Director, Global Governance, Justice & Security, Stimson Center
This is a hybrid event.
To attend virtually, register here.
To attend in-person at AfP’s offices (1800 Massachusetts Ave, Suite 401 Washington, DC), email Nick Zuroski at [email protected]Register for the webinar