The View from MSC: Sustainable Security in a Hot and Hungry World

In this episode, Nexus25 lead Michael Werz takes listeners to the sidelines of the Munich Security Conference where, in the age of a renewed Israel-Palestine conflict, Russia’s war in Ukraine, and debates over the China challenge, this year’s attendees attempted to broker agreements on the security implications of climate change – and how to build more resilient societies, militaries and food systems in response. Michael is joined by World Food Programme Berlin Director Dr. Martin Frick and Sudanese climate activist Nisreen Elsaim to discuss just how successful they were in addressing global food security – and what to keep an eye on in the multilateral space this spring.



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Dive into the interconnected challenges of food, climate, migration, energy and security that governments and the international community face with Reshaping Multilateralism, a podcast series brought to you by the experts at Nexus25 project, an initiative of the Istituto Affari Internazionali and Center for Climate and Security, and funded by Stiftung Mercator. 

Join us as we travel to events like the Munich Security Conference and COP, and to communities on the frontlines of climate change like the Sahel and Southeast Asia. There, we’ll engage in candid conversations with scholars, policymakers and experts, dissecting the complex crises that will define the global landscape for years to come. Subscribe now, visit www.nexus25.org, and stay tuned for insider analysis by experts and local leaders on food security, climate finance, the future of multilateralism and more.

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