Localising Climate, Peace and Security: A Practical Step-by-Step Guide for Local Peacebuilders

Localizing climate security risk assessments offer a pathway to address climate-related security risks and potentially prevent those risks from emerging or escalating.

(Reposted from: GPPAC. March 30, 2023)

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The GPPAC (Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict) practical Step-by-Step Guide is a resource on how to document, assess, and address climate security challenges at the local level.

It outlines five steps to help local peacebuilders document local climate security challenges and address gaps in current climate change and conflict response strategies by creating and implementing a localised risk assessment.

GPPAC members from Mozambique, Uganda, and Zimbabwe piloted the Step-by-Step Guide in their communities. GPPAC developed the Step-by-Step Guide for local peacebuilding experts worldwide to conduct a climate security risk assessment based on their local and indigenous knowledge and expertise to design strategies for mitigating and adapting to climate risks.

The Step-by-Step Guide provides tips and suggestions for local peacebuilders to develop and utilise a localised climate security risk assessment and share their findings with national, regional, and global policymakers.

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