The CCAPS program publishes research briefs, policy briefs, reports, working papers, and student working papers. Material published by the CCAPS program is intended for researchers, policymakers, and the public. All CCAPS publications are available for download on this site.
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Articles: Research by the CCAPS program is often published in external publications including journals, working papers, and reports by the policy and academic community. CCAPS research has been published in Climate Dynamics, International Security, and the Journal of Peace Research, among others.
Briefs: These concise summaries of current CCAPS research focus on climate change and conflict, governance, and adaptation aid. CCAPS publishes Policy Briefs and Research Briefs that include project background, methodology, findings, and next steps.
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Codebooks and User Guides: CCAPS researchers provide detailed information on coding procedures for datasets supported by the program as well as user guides for the CCAPS mapping tool and thematic dashboards.
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Course Modules: Designed for use in military education institutions, CCAPS course modules provide background material, scenarios, and exploratory questions on issues related to climate change and national security, national disaster response, and the sociopolitical impacts of climate change.
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Reports: The CCAPS program publishes proceedings of conferences and workshops as reports available to the public. Reports include conference proceedings, workshop summaries, and monthly conflict trends reports by CCAPS partner ACLED.
Student Working Papers: Field research by Master of Global Policy Studies students at the LBJ School of Public Affairs, as part of a year-long Policy Research Project course on Climate Change and Security in Africa, is published through the Student Working Paper series.
Working Papers: Researchers share their preliminary research methodology and findings in this Working Paper series. This series publishes work by CCAPS experts as well as the research of the Call for Papers winners.