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Conflict and #climatechange are part of the blueprint that makes human trafficking thrive in India.
The blog of the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program, with contributions from the Maternal Health Initiative, China Environment Forum, and more
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Nigeria is just 2% of the world's population, but 10% of its maternal mortality. Earlier this winter we took part in a day-long workshop in Abuja to figure out how to narrow that gap.
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"When the lake’s waters recede, grass grows on the fertile land along the shores which feeds our animals. And when there is drought, people go to the lake to fish for survival. If the lake disappears, people will really suffer."
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We're having a great time showing Broken Landscape at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival. Thanks to everyone who made it happen!
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What does demography have to do with ISIS? Wilson Center Fellow Jack Goldstone explains.
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When northeast India has no more coal to be mined, the rich will migrate & the poor will suffer.
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At our annual event on the year ahead in environment and energy, a panel of reporters predicted a contentious year ahead.
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In Kenya's Tana River Delta, biofuels and land rights are colliding, with yet-to-be-seen consequences.
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"When the lake’s waters recede, grass grows on the fertile land along the shores which feeds our animals. And when there is drought, people go to the lake to fish for survival. If the lake disappears, people will really suffer."
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"We do agriculture, we do disasters, we do conservation, forests, wildlife. We do health, we do education – it really just depends [on] how people are vulnerable." - World Wildlife Fund's Judy Oglethorpe on integrated development in Nepal.
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Ill-informed interventions and siloed approaches to climate change adaptation can have negative consequences for the most vulnerable communities.
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"Cities are finding it very difficult to understand how [a conception of] adaptation this broad and cross-sectoral translates into line items on a budget. They do have budget cycles, they do have electoral cycles, where climate change doesn’t fit in."
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Since 1994, the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Changeand Security Program (ECSP) has actively pursued the connections between the environment, health, population, development, conflict, and security. ECSP brings together scholars, policymakers, the media, and practitioners through events, research, publications, multimedia content (audio and video), and our daily blog, New Security Beat.

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is the living, national memorial to President Wilson established by Congress in 1968 and headquartered in Washington, D.C. It is a nonpartisan institution, supported by public and private funds, engaged in the study of national and world affairs.