Year: 2022

Author: Imaduddin Ahmed, Climate Advisor, Paddy Ashdown Forum

Global warming will not only affect the environment, but will also have significant effects on migration patterns and Europe’s security landscape. Although there are few instances of climate change as the sole factor in migration, it is widely recognised as a factor that aggravates migration and conflict.

This paper explores the climate change migration-security nexus and the European Union’s instruments to deal with the related challenges. It reviews the scholarship that perceives climate change to be a migration and security threat multiplier, applies the climate change-migration-security nexus framework to the case of Jordan and presents policy options for the EU to prevent a repeat of the refugee crisis.

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