The first-ever Climate Change and Security Roundtable was held at NATO Headquarters on Thursday (15 December 2022).

The event brought together NATO Allies and leading climate experts to discuss climate change and security.

As part of the meeting, topics discussed included the latest trends on climate change and security in the Euro-Atlantic region, how climate change impacts NATO’s operations in the future, and how NATO Allies and international bodies can adapt to and mitigate climate change.

Where does Nato stand with climate change?

NATO recognizes the importance of addressing climate change and has taken steps to address the issue in its policies and operations.

For example, the organization has committed to reducing its own greenhouse gas emissions and increasing its use of renewable energy.

It has also worked to promote the use of clean energy technologies in the countries it serves and has supported research on the security implications of climate change.

NATO has also supported efforts to address the impact of climate change on global security through its partnerships with other organizations, such as the United Nations and the European Union.

It has also participated in international efforts to address climate change, such as the Paris Agreement on climate change.

Overall, NATO recognizes the importance of addressing climate change and is committed to working with its member countries and other partners to address the issue and its potential impacts on global security.