Institute for Environmental Diplomacy & Security

Founding Year: 2010

Staff: 21

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Asim Zia (Director)

A “research center dedicated to both the study and practice of techniques that resolve environmental conflicts.” IEDS uses “ecological processes as tools of peace-building.” It works with stakeholders to “leverage artificial intelligence and open source geospatial technologies to bring about environmental security across food, energy, water, climate and public health domains.”

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Institute for Environmental Diplomacy & Security contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals


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