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Environmental Change & Fragile States Early Warning and Intervention
ARMY ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY INST ARLINGTON VA
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Topics Fragility as an analytical Framework. Army Relevance and Policy Drivers. Phase I Findings and Recommendations. Phase 2 Existing and Planned Initiatives. Conclusion Shift toward geospatial and disaggregated approaches in conflict, natural security, and climate change arenas. Fragility seems a useful bridging concept between conflict stability and natural resource risks and opportunities. Climate security studies are focusing on links to social conflict --mapping to fragility could further relevance to the Army. Plethora of programs, datasets, and tools being developed but often without a common lexicon and user practitioner focus. Opportunities to serve Army users with increased situational awareness and platforms for smart power implementation.
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