• Climate change, alongside factors like environmental degradation, conflicts, and failed governance, amplifies the need for humanitarian assistance.
  • Event-based narratives of climate and humanitarian risks can enhance anticipation of needs, contribute to more efficient prioritisation of funds, and guide actions to reduce future humanitarian interventions.
  • Indices like the INFORM Risk and the Global Conflict Risk Index can inform EU foreign policy by connecting climate-security risks with development and peace initiatives, particularly when incorporating anticipated climate impacts.

Read the policy brief here.