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Conflict resolution in a new era of SDGs and climate change

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Frame of Image wars for the next 50 years in the world will be driven by climate change impact such as severe droughts
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e.g., Darfur genocide in Sudan (2003-2004)
Complex Challenges
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More than 50 countries on five continents face water disputes unless agreements are negotiated. Globally, 65.3 million people (one in every 113 people) are displaced from natural and conflict disasters. 3.5 billion people live in oil, gas-and mineral rich countries.
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In Africa alone, this amounts to an export value of US $216 billion worth of fuel.
What do we mean by “Achieving SDGs”?
Situation #1
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A developing country in West Africa with large rivers which have supplied hydropower for decades (85% of total energy) Rising demand for electricity for economic development necessitates additional dam construction. A potential scenario (10% probability) for serious droughts and reduced water flows in river basin Need to make a decision to construct additional dams or not soon. How to make a decision to achieve SDGs?
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Situation #2
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A developing country in South Asia whose economy is largely based on the export of agricultural products faces rural poverty leading to mass migration to urban areas and environmental degradation. A large multinational corporation is proposing to invest as FDI for two large projects: An aluminum smelting plant located in capital city, and an inland dam that will provide sufficient energy to the industrial complex as well as other users. Prime Ministers convene a meeting wit


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Title Conflict resolution in a new era of SDGs and climate change
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Material Type Proceedings
Author(English)

Kim, Dong-Young

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Sejong, South Korea : KDI School of Public Policy and Management

Date 2017-08
Event

2017 Global Government Officials Seminar on International Policy

Pages 17
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Territorial Development < Environment
Government and Law < Laws and Legislation
Holding KDI School of Public Policy and Management
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