M.Sc in Social and Cultural Anthropology and M.A. in International Affairs
Lucas Destrijcker is an Advisor at the Climate Diplomacy and Security programme, where he works for the Climate Diplomacy knowledge platform and Weathering Risk. He is passionate about understanding how environmental impacts in times of climate change affect peace and security, particularly in conflict-affected settings and fragile states.
“There is a critical need for policymakers to consider and address climate-related security risks. Integrating data-driven and evidence-based approaches in decision-making is key.”
Nagarajan, Chitra; Lisa Binder, Lucas Destrijcker, Sidney Michelini, Lukas Rüttinger, Bokar Sangaré, Barbora Šedová, Janani Vivekananda and Rania Zaatour 2022: Climate, peace and security assessment: Mali. How climate and environmental change compound conflict and inequality. Berlin: adelphi research gGmbH.
Destrijcker, Lucas 2022: Entry points and priorities for MINUSMA to address environmental and climate security in Mali. Berlin: adelphi.
Devlen, Lena; Lucas Destrijcker, Warren Hatch, Marc Koehler, David McCullough, Michael Hornsby, Hannah Kurnoth, Benjamin Pohl and Janani Vivekananda 2022: Seven questions for the G7. Superforecasting climate-fragility risks for the coming decade. Berlin: adelphi.