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The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has so far been reluctant to tackle climate change. But as the impacts of climate change on peace and security become more and more apparent, questions of whether the UNSC should and will address the security implications of climate change more directly in the future become increasingly pertinent. While recognising the limits of UNSC action, this non-paper serves as a backgrounder to examine how climate change and security risks trigger the UNSC’s mandate for action, and what action the Council could and should be expected to take in response.
Die Zukunft im Blick: Fleisch der Zukunft - Trendbericht zur Abschätzung der Umweltwirkungen von pflanzlichen Fleischersatzprodukten, essbaren Insekten und In-vitro-Fleisch
Jetzke, Tobias; Stephan Richter, Benno Keppner, Lena Domröse, Stephanie Wunder und Arianna Ferrari 2020: Die Zukunft im Blick: Fleisch der Zukunft. Trendbericht zur Abschätzung der Umweltwirkungen von pflanzlichen Fleischersatzprodukten, essbaren Insekten und In-vitro-Fleisch. Berlin: Umweltbundesamt.
Verde, Stefano F.; Christopher Kardish, William Acworth and Simone Borghesi 2020: Achieving zero emissions under a cap-and-trade system. Berlin: ICAP/FSR.
König, Christian and Janani Vivekananda 2020: How can UN organs respond to climate-security risks?. Berlin: adelphi.
Acworth, William; Christopher Kardish and Kai Kellner 2020: Carbon leakage and deep decarbonization: future-proofing carbon leakage protection. Berlin: International Carbon Action Partnership.
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