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COP26 and Climate Change

COP26 and Climate Change
Director of Special Initiatives, Dr. Azeem Ibrahim, at the COP26 in Glasgow holding Newlines’ Climate Migration Series reports

Over 100 world leaders, diplomats, and scientists have gathered in Glasgow for the COP26 — nearly two weeks of discussions on how to mitigate and adapt to human-induced climate change. Newlines Institute’s Director of Special Initiatives, Dr. Azeem Ibrahim, is among the participants highlighting the international security implications of climate change refugees and climate migration.

See latest from Newlines Institute’s Climate Migration Series here:

The Coming Crisis of Climate Displacement by Dr. Andrea C. Simonelli

Climate Change and Mobility: An Agenda for the United States by Dr. Susan Martin

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