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For Somalia, nature is key to lasting peace: UN expert
Year Published2022
Abstract in English

Just over two years ago, Christophe Hodder was selected as the first UN Climate Security and Environmental Advisor to Somalia. Since then, he had spearheaded a global effort to bring peace to a country mired in a three-decade-long civil war. A key part of his mission has been to help Somalia counter a record-setting drought and a series of other environmental problems, which have been blamed for stoking the conflict. We sat down with Hodder to talk about Somalia’s dwindling rains, how climate change is increasing insecurity, and how the country can rebuild.

Source PlatformUnited Nations Environment Programme
Document Type新闻
Recommended Citation
GB/T 7714
admin. For Somalia, nature is key to lasting peace: UN expert. 2022.
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