This presentation will explore the nexus between climate change and conflict, which represents a grave threat to human security. The impact of sudden climate shocks and ongoing climate change conditions is exacerbating fragile situations in regions already characterized by high levels of violence and ongoing conflict. Tiffany Easthom, Executive Director of Nonviolent Peaceforce will discuss the need for organizations and individuals with expertise in climate change, renewable energy and conflict prevention to work together to create innovative solutions.
is the executive director of Nonviolent Peaceforce
since August, 2016. She has an extensive history working in the field as an unarmed civilian protector serving as Program Director for Nonviolent Peaceforce ‘s Middle East program, Country Director in South Sudan and prior to that a protection officer for NP’s program in Sri Lanka. Tiffany holds a BA in Justice Studies and a MA Degree in Human Security and Peacebuilding from Royal Roads University in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. She also studied peacebuilding in the field in Uganda and served as Country Director for Peace Brigades International in Indonesia.
This event is part of the SFS Centennial Event Series on the environment. As the School of Foreign Service approaches the one-hundredth anniversary of its founding in 2019, it is curating a year-long event series that convenes thinking and reflection on vital issues across the school, the university, and the community.
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