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Analysis and proposal of foreign policies regarding the impact of climate change on fragility in the Asia-Pacific region - with focus on natural disasters in the region

Source(s):  Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan (MOFA)

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan hosted the “Impact of Climate Change and Fragility on International Security” roundtable seminar in Tokyo in January 2017, with three follow-up meetings with researchers, think tanks and involved NGOs in February and March 2017. This report is based on specific proposals from the roundtable seminar and the follow-up meetings.

This report aims to facilitate efforts by the Working Group on G7 Climate Change and Fragility to consolidate the relation between climate change issues and policy measures. The report provides a global analysis of human security risks deriving from climate change, as well as a socioeconomic analysis for the Asia-Pacific region.



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  • Analysis and proposal of foreign policies regarding the impact of climate change on fragility in the Asia-Pacific region - with focus on natural disasters in the region
  • Publication date 2017
  • Number of pages 61 p.

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