Climate, Peace and Security Fact Sheet: Iraq (Updated)

Katongo Seyuba, Dylan O'Driscoll, Kheira Tarif, Kyungmee Kim, Asha Ali, Cedric De Coning (Editor), Florian Krampe (Editor)

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Iraq is highly exposed to climate change-related extreme weather events. Droughts, floods, heatwaves and dust storms are negatively affecting the environment, agriculture, water availability, health and other aspects of the everyday lives of Iraq’s population. These climate change impacts undermine development and exacerbate existing vulnerabilities, which, combined with other factors, increases the risk of instability and conflict.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherStockholm International Peace Research Institute
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 25 Apr 2023


  • Climate change
  • peace
  • conflict
  • security
  • Iraq


  • Peace and Conflict
  • Security and Resilience


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