In Somalia, climate-induced shocks have affected an estimated 8.2 million people (or over 50% of population), including 6.6 million with critical food insecurity conditions.
The objective of this article is to analyze the influence of climate change on the occurrence of conflicts in the crisis regions of Cameroon. To achieve this, we use the two-way fixed effects method on data ranging from 2000 to 2021.
This article was published in NATO Review and written by Katarina Kertysova.
Somalia has in recent years been ravaged by the effects of a multi-year drought driving food insecurity and conflict across the Horn of Africa and pushing millions to migrate to urban settings in search of food and safet
Since 2010, there has been a shift in the Swedish armed forces' (SAF) perception on Climate change. A recent study, based on a qualitative analysis of official documents, publications, and public statements, suggests that climate change is becoming institutionalized in the SAF.
''It is crucial that we put an immediate end to the war and prioritize environmental rehabilitation as an integral part of peace-making initiatives''