Faculty Associate Henrik Selin and Pardee School Dean Adil Najam to Lead USIP Study on Climate and Security

selinnajamPardee Center Faculty Associate Prof. Henrik Selin and Pardee School Dean Adil Najam recently received funding to lead a United States Institute for Peace (USIP) research study on perceived links between climate change and security in Pakistan.

The project will explore the extent to which climate change is characterized as a national or human security issue by experts in Pakistan. The research will include an academic literature review and expert surveys and focus groups in Pakistan. The resulting analysis will highlight policy lessons on climate change and security for Pakistan — in addition to other developing countries in South Asia and beyond — in a report to be completed this year.

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