Geoffrey Dabelko is director of the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program, a nonpartisan research-policy forum on environment, population, health, and security issues. He is also an adjunct professor at the Monterey Institute of International Studies. Dabelko's current research focuses on climate change, natural resources, and security as well as environmental pathways to confidence-building and peacebuilding, with a special emphasis on water resources. In addition, he currently leads two Wilson Center efforts supported by USAID: the Health, Environment, Livelihoods, Population, and Security (HELPS) Project and the Resources for Peace Project. Dabelko is co-editor with Ken Conca of Environmental Peacemaking and Green Planet Blues: Four Decades of Global Environmental Politics. He is an IPCC lead author for the 5th assessment, and member of the UN Environment Programme’s Expert Advisory Group on Environment, Conflict, and Peacebuilding.
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