NEWS AND PUBLICATIONS
- May 27, 2020 Water, Peace and Security Partnership awarded Luxembourg Peace Prize in the Environment Category
- December 12, 2019 Water, Peace and Security Launch: Significant Risk of Water-related Conflict in parts of Iraq, Iran, Mali, Nigeria, India, and Pakistan over the next 12 Months
- The Guardian: Water wars: early warning tool uses climate data to predict conflict hotspots
- Vice: This Map Shows You Where Violence Could Break Out Because There's Not Enough Water
- Slate.FR: Un outil pour prédire l'emplacement des futurs conflits liés à l'eau
- Reuters: New app predicts water-related conflict up to year in advance
- ecdpm Great Insights: Water Scarcity and Conflict: Not such a straight-forward link
- The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Impact Global Security - The Water, Peace and Security Partnership can help address these threats By Susanne Schmeier, Charles Iceland and Liz Saccoccia, with contributions from Karen Meijer, Camille Marquette, Alberto Pallecchi, and Laura Birkman
- We Predicted Where Violent Conflicts Will Occur in 2020. Water Is Often a Factor By Charles Iceland
- Water and Conflict – an Unavoidable Link? By Susanne Schmeier, Emilie Broek, Rolien Sasse, Charles Iceland, Rozemarijn ter Horst, Karin Meijer.
- Leveraging Water Data in a Machine Learning–Based Model for Forecasting Violent Conflict Technical Note by Samantha Kuzma, Peter Kerins, Liz Saccoccia, Cayla Whiteside, Hannes Roos and Charles Iceland.
- Are water and conflict linked and what actually links them? Opinion piece by Susanne Schmeier, Chris Baker, Judith Blauw, Charles Iceland, Karen Meijer, and Rolien Sasse.