Stockholm International Peace Research Institute together with the Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs and the Permanent Mission of Sweden to UNOG
Supported by the Université de Genève and the Geneva Centre for Security Policy
The world faces a toxic mix of intertwined environmental crises, a darkening security horizon and the failure of policy to address the complexity of new risks emerging. SIPRI’s new flagship Environment of Peace report explores how we can secure peace in this new era of compound, complex threats.
(00:32) - Welcome and opening remarks by Ambassador Jürg Lauber, Permanent Representative of Switzerland to the United Nations and other Organizations in Geneva.
(13:55) - Presentation by H.E. Margot Wallström and Prof. Jörg Balsige
(29:39) , Environment of Peace High-Level Advisory Panel
(44:00) - Invited commentaries by Sonia Peña Moreno, Director of the International Policy Centre, IUCN; Natasha Carmi, Lead Water Specialist, Geneva Water Hub; and Cristina Hoyos, Head of Latin America and the Caribbean, DCAF
Q&A and discussion moderated by Claire McAllister, Project Lead Environment of Peace, SIPRI
(01:19:18) - Concluding remarks by Ms Anna Brach, Head of Human Security Division, GCSP
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