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Climate change and security
Brussels 29 november-1er December 2022

Prepared and run by the IHEDN in partnership with the German think-tank adelphi, the "Climate Change and Security" course adopts both a theoretical and practical approach, including numerous interactive exercises: UNSC simulations and negotiation workshops on climate change and security.

Organised as part of the European Security and Defence College (ESDC), the "Climate Change and Security" course began today in Brussels with two lectures on the vulnerability of states to the consequences of global warming and the policies put in place to deal with it.

A number of experts gave their analyses of future scenarios relating to climate change, including Mr Cyril Loiselan expert with DG CLIMA (Directorate-General for Climate Action) of the European Commission and Professor Andreas FischlinVice-President of Working Group II (Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerabilities) of the IPCC.

Climate change and security, Brussels November 29-December 1st 2022

Hosted by the European Security and Defence College (ESDC) in Brussels, the "Climate change and security" course started this morning with two conferences, one on States' vulnerability regarding climate change and the other one related to the policies with a worldwide and European perspective. Several high-level experts discussed the future scenarios on climate change and vulnerability such as Mr. Cyril Loisel, Senior climate expert DG CLIMA (Directorate-General for Climate Action) at the European Commission and Prof. em. Dr. Andreas Fischlin, Vice-Chairman of the Work Group II (Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC).

Organised by the Department of Europe and International Affairs of IHEDN, together with the German think-tank adelphi, the course adopts a theoretical and practical approach with innovative interactive exercises: UNSC negotiation simulations and scenarios based interactive workshops on climate change and security.