Chapters, Reports & Blogs

Book Chapters

Crawford, Alec and Church, Clare, ‘Climate Change as a Contributor to Conflict’, in Richard A. Matthew, Evgenia Nizkorodov and Crystal Murphy, eds., Routledge Handbook of Environmental Security (London, 2022).

Church, Clare and Crawford, Alec, ‘Minerals and Metals for the Energy Transition: Exploring the Conflict Implications for Mineral-Rich, Fragile States’, in Manfred Hafner and Simone Tagliapietra, eds., The Geopolitics of the Global Energy Transition (London, 2020).


Crawford, Alec and Church, Clare. (2020). The NAP Process and Peacebuilding. Toronto: IISD.

Crawford, Alec, Church, Clare, and Ledwell, Christian. (2020). Toolkit for Engaging the Private Sector in National Adaptation Plans (NAPs): Supplement to the UNFCCC Technical Guidelines for the NAP process. Winnipeg: IISD.

Dazé, Angie and Church, Clare. (2019). Toolkit for a Gender-Responsive Process to Formulate and Implement National Adaptation Plans (NAPs). Winnipeg: IISD.  

Crawford, Alec and Church, Clare. (2019). Engaging the Private Sector in National Adaptation Planning Processes. Winnipeg: IISD.

Church, Clare and Hammill, Anne. (2019). Defining Adaptation – and Distinguishing It From Other Development Investments. Winnipeg: IISD.

Church, Clare, Crawford, Alec and Schaller, Stella. (2019). Managing the Trade-Offs of Transformation Through Foreign Policy. Berlin: adelphi.

Church, Clare and Wuennenberg, Laurin. (2019). Sustainability and Second Life: The case for cobalt and lithium recycling. Toronto: IISD.

Church, Clare and Crawford, Alec. (2018). Green Conflict Minerals: The fuels of conflict in the transition to a low-carbon economy. Toronto: IISD.

Church, C., Dinic, L., Gitan, I., Montero, A., Motevalian, D., Power, L., Robustelli, T., Stubbs, B., Warren, D., & Zheng, A. (2017). The Journal of Political Inquiry: Spring 2017 Issue. New York City: The Journal of Political Inquiry.

Church, C., Chotipatoomwan, J., Horschig, D., Keough, A., Motevalian, D., Oh, E., Rossi, L, & Stubbs, B. (2016). The Journal of Political Inquiry: Fall 2016 Issue. New York City: The Journal of Political Inquiry.

(2022). Boyd Cothran, Joan Judge and Adrian Schubert (eds), Women Warriors and National Heroes: Global Histories, London, New York, Oxford, New Delhi and Sydney: Bloomsbury Academic, 2020. Book review published in Women’s History Today, Summer 2022.

(2022). ‘My Research‘, AberNews, p. 8-9.

(2020). ‘Sustainable by 2045: Three ways the mining industry can make it happen’, [Blog] International Institute for Sustainable Development.  

(2020). ‘The climate-conflict connection: Why aren’t we acting on it?’, [Blog] International Institute for Sustainable Development.

(2020). ‘Five Steps to Ensure Your Private Sector Engagement is Gender Responsive’, [Blog] NAP Global Network.

(2020). ‘How national adaptation planning can help build peace’, [Blog] NAP Global Network, Blog.

(2019). ‘Opinion: How to build climate-resilient tourism in the Caribbean‘, Devex.

(2019). ‘Is vanadium the “Valyrian steel” of the energy transition?’, [Blog] International Institute for Sustainable Development.

(2019). ‘Dead Batteries Deserve a Second Life’, [Blog] International Institute for Sustainable Development.

(2019). ‘When life gives you lemons: How to bolster businesses’ capacity for making lemonade out of a changing climate’, [Blog] NAP Global Network.

(2019). ‘For MSME Day, We Look at How Institutional Arrangements Can Engage Small Businesses in Climate Adaptation’, [Blog] NAP Global Network.

(2019). ‘Paying for it: How Governments Can Help the Private Sector Overcome Financial Barriers to Investing in Adaptation’, [Blog] NAP Global Network.

(2019). ‘Knowledge is power: Why information sharing is key to engaging businesses in the NAP Process’, [Blog] NAP Global Network.

(2019). ‘What is the business case for private investment in the NAP process?’, [Blog] NAP Global Network.

(2018). ‘Green conflict minerals: Investigating renewal energy supply chains in fragile states’, New Security Beat, 17 September.  

(2018). ‘Will the transition to green energy foster peace or exacerbate conflict?’, Climate Diplomacy, 7 September.  

(2018). ‘OpEd: How metals and minerals play a role in funding armed groups in Africa’, CNBC Africa, 15 August.

(2018). ‘What do bears and smartphones have in common?’, [Blog] International Institute for Sustainable Development, Blog.

(2018). ‘Electric vehicles vs. fuel-efficient used cars: Which really drives sustainability?’, [Blog] International Institute for Sustainable Development.

(2018). ‘Connecting the dots: Natural resources, women and peace’, [Blog] International Institute for Sustainable Development.

(2018). ‘Key Actions Advancing Fiji’s NAP Process’, [Blog] NAP Global Network.

(2018). ‘How technology and community insights are driving adaptation planning in the Pacific’, [Blog] NAP Global Network.

(2018). ‘“Is there a gender issue?” Lessons from Jamaica’s Workshop on Integrating Gender into the NAP Process’, [Blog] NAP Global Network.

(2018). ‘Fiji Adapts’, [Blog] NAP Global Network.

(2017). ‘Digging up the dirt on conflict minerals worldwide’, [Blog] International Institute for Sustainable Development.

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