This briefing paper was created to create a discussion on the need for policy coherence between climate change, energy, external action (including conflict prevention), trade, economic policy, and international development as these all relate directly to a sustainable future for those within Europe and those in other areas.

The paper considers the way in which energy security must be carried out so as not to have a negative impact, economically or ecologically, on developing countries.

Read “Poverty, Inequality and Climate Change: Challenges on the Road to Sustainable Energy Security in Europe and Beyond” (PDF – 700 KB)