UN Documents for Energy, Climate and Natural Resources: Security Council Meeting Records

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25 January 2019 S/PV.8451 This was a Council open debate focused on addressing the impact of climate-related disasters on international peace and security.
16 October 2018 S/PV.8372 Security Council briefing on the role of natural resources as a root cause of conflict.
11 July 2018 S/PV.8307 This was a debate on climate-related security risks chaired by Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs Margot Wallström.
6 June 2017 S/PV.7959 This was a a high-level briefing on “preventive diplomacy and transboundary waters” which was chaired by Bolivian President Evo Morales.
22 November 2016 S/PV.7818 This was an open debate on water, peace and security.
26 May 2016 S/PV.7699 The Council held a briefing on challenges in the Sahel, which focused on the impact of climate change and desertification to peace and security in this region.
30 July 2015 S/PV.7499 The Council held an open debate on the peace and security challenges facing small island developing states.
19 June 2013 S/PV.6982 This was an open debate on conflict prevention and natural resources.
19 June 2013 S/PV.6982 (Resumption 1) This was debate on conflict prevention and natural resources.
23 November 2011 S/PV.6668 This was a a high-level briefing on “New Challenges to International Peace and Security”.
20 July 2011 S/PV.6587 This was an open debate on the impact of climate change organised by Germany.
20 July 2011 S/PV.6587 (Resumption 1) This was the resumption of a meeting on the impact of climate change.
25 June 2007 S/PV.5705 This was the record of a meeting on maintenance of international peace and security, focusing in particular on the links between conflict and natural resources in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
25 June 2007 S/PV.5705 (Resumption 1) This was the resumption of a meeting focusing on natural resources and conflict.
17 April 2007 S/PV.5663 This was a debate on energy, security and climate organised by the UK.