Today, Chicago Public Radio's Worldview will launch "Environmental War and Peace," a weeklong series on the intersections between the environment and conflict. The final installment, which airs Friday, May 2, features an interview with ECSP Director Geoff Dabelko on environmental peacemaking and climate change adaptation.

How to listen:


Monday, April 28: Putting the Environment on the Security Agenda
Simon Dalby, Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, Carleton University in Ottawa; Author, Security and Environmental Change (forthcoming)

Tuesday, April 29: Wind Farm Tour
Host Jerome McDonnell explores the international potential for wind energy while visiting a local wind farm.

Wednesday, April 30: Resource Scarcity and the Future of the Iraqi Marshlands
Thomas Homer-Dixon, George Ignatieff Chair of Peace and Conflict Studies, Trudeau Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies, University of Toronto
Azzam Alwash, Founder and Director, Nature Iraq

Thursday, May 1: Korean Demilitarized Zone as a Peace Park
Hall Healy, President, DMZ Forum
James Card, Independent Journalist; Editor, A Living History of the DMZ: Thirty Years of Journeys in the DMZ Borderlands

Friday, May 2: Environmental Peacemaking and Adapting to Climate Change
Geoffrey D. Dabelko, Director, Environmental Change and Security Program, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars; Editor, Environmental Peacemaking
Robert McLeman, Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Ottawa