With 50 recommendations across three priority areas: monitoring, accountability and recovery, this compact by the High Level Working Group on the Environment Consequences of the War maps out environmental priorities for Ukraine.
The assessment encompasses damage caused both upstream and downstream, including hydrological and geomorphic impacts, chemical contamination, waste, and ecological damage, including to protected areas.
YPC | Rising temperatures, falling resources: Climate change impacts on Yemen’s agrarian and coastal communities
This report focuses on two districts in Yemen which have been particularly affected by climate change and are likely to suffer further consequences in the future: Hajar district, Hadhramaut, and Tawahi district, Aden.
ICRC/NorCross | Making adaptation work: Addressing the compounding impacts of climate change, environmental degradation and conflict in the Near and Middle East
How the humanitarian consequences of environmental degradation and climate change are aggravated by armed conflict in the Near and Middle East, and which adaptation approaches are emerging to face the compounding impact using examples from Iraq, Syria and Yemen.
PAX | Axed and burned: How conflict-caused deforestation impacts environmental, socio-economic and climate resilience in Syria
The destruction of natural resources and damage to ecosystems has potentially severe consequences for the lives, livelihoods and future of Syrian citizens, as well as for the country’s climate resilience.
This report looks at the question of electricity access in relationship to South Sudan’s conflict and the unique options to help harness renewable energy as a tool for peace and development across the country.
Colombia SIPA | Energy and Water for Sovereignty: South Sudan’s Regional Diplomacy and the Geopolitics of the Nile Basin
Grievances over how to manage water, land, and oil played an indispensable role in three long civil wars that have left the citizens of South Sudan highly vulnerable to economic and environmental shocks.
3RP | Mainstreaming environmental sustainability and clean energy access in the Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan
The Syria crisis continues to fuel the largest displacement crisis in the world. Ecological degradation and climate disruption are impacting and shaping the humanitarian and development operations that have been mounted in response.