Managing Water Conflict and Cooperation

Jan 12, 2005
Worldwatch's State of the World 2005 Includes Chapter on Water and Security

Can Securing the Environment Win the Peace? Jared Diamond Kicks Off <i>ECSP Report 10</i>

Jan 10, 2005
10th Anniversary Edition Examines the Next Steps for Environment, Population, and Security; Includes Special Reports on Ethiopia, United Nations

Worldwatch Institute Spotlights Environmental Security

Jan 03, 2005
World Watch Magazine's "A New Security Paradigm" Praises ECSP Work

USAID Launches Three Conflict Toolkits

Dec 29, 2004
ECSP Co-authored Papers on Minerals, Water, and Forests

Top Leaders Set the Next Agenda for Global AIDS

Dec 01, 2004
UNAIDS Executive Director Peter Piot and U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Randall Tobias

UN High-Level Panel Releases Final Report on Global Threats, Challenges, and Change

Dec 01, 2004
Environmental Expert Available to Discuss UN Global Security Reform

Environmental Peacemaking Conference Report Now Available

Nov 22, 2004
Featuring: Hilary Benn (DFID), Klaus Toepfer (UNEP), Pekka Haavisto (UNEP), Franklin Moore (USAID), and many more international experts on water, forests, and minerals

Navigating Peace: Water and Security

Nov 01, 2004
Water scarcity is an increasing problem around the globe but, to date, water conflicts remain at the local level and have not erupted into international wars. This article illustrates how water fuels greater interdependence among neighboring states and can serve as a tool for resolving conflict and building cooperation.