On the 15th and 16th of October, 2012, the event “Climate Change: Security, Resilience and Diplomacy” will take place at Chatham House in London, UK. The conference will examine the key economic, social and geo-political security threats caused by climate change and debate what national and international responses are required to manage these security challenges.
The 16th Annual Chatham House conference on climate change will assess what national and international actions must be taken now to manage 21st century climate security challenges. Although disunity remains over how to manage the climate challenge, there is agreement that action is now needed to adapt to the impacts of climate change that can no longer be prevented and to build resilience against the impact of extreme climate events.
Key issues that will be addressed include:
- What will be the impact of climate change on border shifts, migration, health, security of critical infrastructure and competition for natural resources?
- Is there a role for geoengineering in managing climate?
- If so, what would be the impact on international climate action?
- What has been achieved between Durban and Doha and what are the goals for the 2012 UN talks?
- How will essential climate change mitigation and adaptation be financed?
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