Ackva et al.

The ECC (Environment, Conflict and Cooperation) fact book, developed in the course of the G7 “A New Climate for Peace” report, illustrates the complex relationships between climate change, environmental change and state fragility through more than 100 case studies. The report, which involved several independent think tanks from Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the United States, analyzes the impact of climate change on the stability of states. The report resumes that climate change is one of the key security threats of the 21st century. The ECC fact book compares a total of 116 conflicts in terms of cause, intensity and impact.


  • Ackva, Johannes; Benjamin Pohl, Adrien Detges, Camille Defard, Brooke Noorbergen, and Jannis Rustige 2015: The ECC Factbook. Berlin: adelphi.

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