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Effectiveness of Current Policy Frameworks in Mitigating Climate-induced Risks Relating to Human Security and Conflict (UN)

Effectiveness of Current Policy Frameworks in Mitigating Climate-induced Risks Relating to Human Security and Conflict (UN)

Fallstudie über die Vereinten Nationen

Diese Fallstudie über die Vereinten Nationen ist ein Beitrag zur Studie "The Effectiveness of Policy Frameworks for Addressing Climate-induced Risks to Human Security and Conflict". Die Fallstudie [pdf, 446 KB, Englisch] steht als Download zur Verfügung.


Zitiervorschlag

McGlade, Katriona und Elizabeth Tedsen 2012: Effectiveness of current policy frameworks in mitigating climate-induced risks relating to human security and conflict - case study on the United Nations. Ecologic Institute, Berlin.

Sprache
Englisch
Jahr
2012
Umfang
34 S.
Projektnummer
2703
Inhaltsverzeichnis

Abbreviations

  1. Introduction
  2. United Nations context
  3. Overview of the policy framework
  4. Effectiveness of the current policy framework
    4.1 Institutional strengths
    4.1.1 Information collection and sharing
    4.1.2 Capacity-building
    4.1.3 Cooperation
    4.1.4 Raising awareness
    4.2 Institutional challenges
    4.2.1 Time frames
    4.2.2 Institutional coordination
    4.2.3 National frameworks
    4.2.4 Funding
  5. Expectations and demands
    5.1 Information collection and sharing
    5.2 Capacity-building
    5.3 Cooperation
    5.4 Institutional coordination
  6. Insights on human security, climate change and water
  7. Insights on conflict, climate change and water
  8. Conclusions

References

Annex: List of interviewees

Schlüsselwörter
Konflikt, UN, Vereinte Nationen