Next year’s climate summit still lacks a host
washingtonpost.com, 7th of December 2023
Clément Iraola is Advisor in the Climate Diplomacy and Security team at adelphi, where he specializes in conflict resolution, peacebuilding, migration, and climate change. He has a background in research, policy advising, humanitarian work, and advocacy, with a sustained commitment to integrating climate-related risks into conflict prevention and resolution efforts. With hands-on experience in conflict-affected countries of East and Central Africa, Clément's primary focus lies in elucidating the intricate connections between climate-related changes and conflict dynamics across the African continent.
"The impacts of climate change are already reshaping the landscape of diplomacy and security on a global scale, and its influence is set to intensify in the near future. Addressing climate-related security risks in conflict and fragile environments is crucial. At adelphi, I have a concrete opportunity to engage with relevant stakeholders, including policymakers and peacebuilders, to develop joint strategies addressing these risks within a conflict and climate-sensitive approach."