Together with Chatham House we are hosting a virtual roundtable looking at the extent to which international organisations are equipped to deal with the risks presented by climate change.
The webinar on Friday September 25 from 14:00-15:00 CEST is part of the Berlin Climate and Security Conference 2020 (Part II).
This workshop will bring together academics, researchers, as well as national and international policy makers to discuss the extent to which direct, indirect and systematic climate change risks have been included in international policies, and how successful – and unsuccessful – this has been. Furthermore, the workshop aims to address near-term opportunities for further collaboration to ensure that future policies fully consider climate change risks.
Oli Brown, Associate Fellow, Chatham House
- Anette Mikes, Associate Professor, Saïd Business School and Fellow at Hertford College, University of Oxford
- Ebrahim Gora, Head of Strategic Planning, UN Environment Programme and Chair of the UN Strategic Planning Network
- Alice Hill, Senior Fellow for Energy and Environment, Council on Foreign Relations, formerly National Security Council, the White House