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There’s no military solution to Yemen’s SAFER oil tanker crisis

There are calls for the UN Security Council to authorise a military-backed response to the crisis over the SAFER oil tanker off the coast of Yemen. We argue that not only is this unrealistic, it would also have long-term consequences for how the international community addresses the environment, peace and security.

New policy brief from @BrittaSjo and colleagues examines environmental harm linked to the armed conflict in #Colombia, its consequences for Indigenous peoples and the opportunities for legal redress https://www.instituto-capaz.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Policy-Brief-Azul-2-2021-Pereira-et-al.pdf #PERAC #intlaw

Methamphetamine production is increasing in #Afghanistan using the cheap and accessible ephedra plant. The shift to meth may have been triggered by the 2018 drought in Afghanistan, in which large tracts of opium crops were destroyed. https://cen.acs.org/policy/global-health/Afghanistans-crystal-meth-boom-rooted/99/i13

This new report from @LSE_WPS @NoWomenNoPeace and @TheWIPCentre explores the intersection between #ClimateSecurity and women and girls’ right to peace - responding to an urgent need to explore how the #WPS and #ClimateChange agendas relate

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Defending the Future: Gender, Conflict and Environmental Peace

Defending the Future: Gender, Conflict and Environmental Peace

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New policy brief from @BrittaSjo and colleagues examines environmental harm linked to the armed conflict in #Colombia, its consequences for Indigenous peoples and the opportunities for legal redress https://www.instituto-capaz.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Policy-Brief-Azul-2-2021-Pereira-et-al.pdf #PERAC #intlaw

Methamphetamine production is increasing in #Afghanistan using the cheap and accessible ephedra plant. The shift to meth may have been triggered by the 2018 drought in Afghanistan, in which large tracts of opium crops were destroyed. https://cen.acs.org/policy/global-health/Afghanistans-crystal-meth-boom-rooted/99/i13

This new report from @LSE_WPS @NoWomenNoPeace and @TheWIPCentre explores the intersection between #ClimateSecurity and women and girls’ right to peace - responding to an urgent need to explore how the #WPS and #ClimateChange agendas relate

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Defending the Future: Gender, Conflict and Environmental Peace

Defending the Future: Gender, Conflict and Environmental Peace

www.lse.ac.uk

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