Germany must pull its weight in UN Security Council to address climate change – commentary
Germany will have to actively lobby to make climate change and its security policy implications a key feature of its two-year term as a non-permanent member of the UN Security Council, Susanne Dröge writes in a commentary for the German Institute for International and Security Policy (SWP). “Germany’s credibility as a climate policy leader needs to be maintained and engagement needs to be pushed at the highest level possible” to make progress on finding common solutions for this “non-traditional security issue”, she says.
Find the commentary in English here.
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