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Mon, Aug 15



Understanding the Public Security Implications of Climate Change

leveraging diverse expertise we will map out the risks posed to law enforcment and fire/rescue operations as well as a need for further community resilience required by climate change as well as propose practical preparatory and response remedies.

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Understanding the Public Security Implications of Climate Change
Understanding the Public Security Implications of Climate Change

Time & Location

Aug 15, 2022, 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM GMT+4


About the Event

Climate change is already here and its impact is found everywhere, public security is no exception. With increased temperatures come drought, resource scarcity, and ever more frequent natural disasters. The effects of climate change will be felt by police forces, fire, and rescue services, and the communities they are dedicated to protecting.

  • Firefighters will contend with an increase in wildfires and natural disasters compounded by a lack of water resources, or conversely, major flooding.
  • Law Enforcement will confront border security challenges and the need to protect new and at-risk migrant populations while also enforcing inevitably new climate protection regulations.
  • Communities will need to establish stronger resilience to an increase in climate-related risks including food scarcity and droughts.

This event will also feature a diverse panel of speakers including:

The webinar on "Understanding the public security implications of climate change" will present the impacts of climate change on the above pillars of community security as well as brainstorm with participants on the means to prepare and address them.

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