Viola Csordas, Anne Bennett and Fredrik Wallin
This second report from the stocktaking study on climate security and SSG/R explores security sector roles in climate and environmental security in Sierra Leone. It focuses on the potential for SSG/R programming to improve service delivery of security institutions with regard to mitigating the impact of climate and environmental risks on communities and the planet. Moreover, the report presents opportunities for strengthening social cohesion and contributing to sustainable peace via SSG/R.
The findings of this report place security sector roles in climate and environmental security at the heart of the triple nexus of humanitarian needs, development and security.