Conflict in abundance and peacebuilding in scarcity: Challenges and opportunities in addressing climate change and conflict

@article{Abrahams2020ConflictIA,
  title={Conflict in abundance and peacebuilding in scarcity: Challenges and opportunities in addressing climate change and conflict},
  author={Daniel Abrahams},
  journal={World Development},
  year={2020},
  volume={132},
  pages={104998}
}
  • D. Abrahams
  • Published 1 August 2020
  • Political Science
  • World Development
Abstract Over the past decade, academic and policy communities have given significant attention to the potential connections between climate change and conflict (climate-conflict). While the degree to which climate change alters conflict outcomes remains a topic of considerable debate in academic communities, policy organizations are already being tasked with incorporating climate-conflict into policy and programming. This article investigates how climate-conflict discourses inform development… 
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