Description: Through the Climate and Environmental Peacemaking (CEPM) Programme, established in 2019, the Institute seeks to gear up conflict resolution to respond to climate change and wider environmental challenges in conflict contexts, in order to contribute to a sustainable environment and enhance the prospects for durable peace.
The CEPM Programme is focused on support to peace leaders and local communities to address climate and environmental concerns in the wider framework of conflict resolution. We believe the environment is fundamental to make peace and that conflict resolution practitioners can strengthen their efforts by understanding how it affects conflict dynamics.
The project focuses on capacity and relationship-building between local, state, and regional actors involved in environmental peacemaking.
New Avenues for Peace and Climate Resilience in the Sahel: A Dialogue with Practitionersand Decision-Makers in Times of Political Upheaval - Event Report
New Avenues for Peace and Climate Resilience in the Sahel: A Dialogue with Practitionersand Decision-Makers in Times of Political Upheaval, Brussels, 28 November 2023.
Key Words: Capacity Building / Environmental Peacemaking / Environmental Governance