Climate Change & Conflict: The Security Risks of Global Warming
Sep 26, 2023
from 05:00 PM to 09:00 PM
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5-6pm Reception, 6-7pm Talk, 7:30-9pm Dinner
Tickets: $10, $20, and $75 (learn more and register here).
Free student tickets available - email email@example.com with the subject "UofL pass to Climate Change"
The World Affairs Council of Kentucky & Southern Indiana invite you to their first event in the 2023 World In Transition series, featuring Dr. Tegan Blaine, Director of Climate, Environment, and Conflict at the U.S. Institute of Peace.
Dr. Blaine will speak to a variety of topics, including climate-induced migration, Kentucky’s transition from mining, and conflicts arising from climate insecurity.
Natural disasters around the world have made clear that climate change is a real and present risk to people's livelihood.
How do these disasters affect the peace and security of a country and its relations with other nations?
Join us for this vital discussion on climate change and its effect on international security.