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Effectiveness of Current Policy Frameworks in Mitigating Climate-induced Risks

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Effectiveness of Current Policy Frameworks in Mitigating Climate-induced Risks

Relating to Human Security and Conflict (Israel/Palestine)

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Bar-On, Haran and Christiane Gerstetter 2012: Effectiveness of current policy frameworks in mitigating climate-induced risks relating to human security and conflict - case study on Israel and the occupied Palestinian Territories. Ecologic Institute, Berlin.

This case study analyses policy-frameworks in Israel and the occupied Palestinian Territory (oPT) which are relevant for addressing water-related impacts of climate change that could have negative impact on human security and conflict. The effectiveness of these policy frameworks is analyzed, based mainly on interviews with Israeli and Palestinian experts. The case study [pdf, 824 KB, English] is available for download.

Case Study on Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories

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conflict, water, climate
Mediterranean, Middle East, Israel, Palestine