- Armament and disarmament
- Conflict, peace and security
- Peace and development
Climate-related security risks have far-reaching implications for the way the world manages peace and security. SIPRI is committed to improving approaches to managing climate-related security risks and to this end we host the Expert Working Group on Climate-related Security Risks.
The expert working group seeks to highlight the gap in climate risk informed decision-making and strives to produce timely climate security assessments. The aim of the expert working group is to:
In 2018, the expert working group – together with external researchers and the working group secretariat – will produce research on four geographies: Iraq, Lake Chad, Somalia and a further geography in Central Asia. The reports will build on research and insights from the field to provide integrated assessments of climate-related change and security—as well as other social, political and economic aspects.
To access published reports, find links below.
The expert working group was initiated during Sweden’s membership of the UN Security Council (2017-18).
The working group secretariat currently consists of five members: Camilla Born (Director), Karolina Eklöw (Research Assistant), Nick Mabey (Senior Advisor), Malin Mobjörk (Senior Advisor), Dan Smith (Senior Advisor).