A 240-mile canal to divert water from the White Nile and send it to Egypt would desiccate the world’s second largest wetland, impacting its rich wildlife and the rains on which the region depends.
Sudd Institute | The Tragedy of the Unregulated: Why the government should reform the charcoal sector
A brief arguing that the lack of effective regulation throughout the charcoal value chain in South Sudan is leading to tragic consequences.
NUPI briefing paper on Iraq’s exposure to the effects of climate change.
This CARPO Report addresses the relationship between violent conflict and environmental governance in Yemen.
Afghanistan is highly vulnerable to the effects of climate change: rising temperatures, changing precipitation patterns and increasingly frequent extreme weather events.
CSEN find that climate change poses an existential threat to Libya, that if left unaddressed, threatens basic state functionality and stability. The risk brief also discusses potential entry points for addressing the climate-fragility risks in Libya.
WWF | A dangerous climate: deforestation, climate change and violence against environmental defenders in the Colombian Amazon
The worsening spiral of environmental destruction and violence since 2016 peace treaty between government and FARC. This study finds that a twin human rights and environmental crisis has intensified in Colombia since the government and rebel army FARC signed a peace treaty in 2016. The demobilisation and disarmament of FARC created a power vacuum in…
This paper provides a comprehensive assessment of Syria’s electricity sector after a decade of war.