The multi-stakeholder scenario brings together 25 experts, policy planners, and members of civil society from around the world before a live audience.
The scenario will be moderated by Foreign Policy and Körber-Stiftung, and include opportunities to get involved, such as live polling and questions submitted directly from the Paris Peace Forum audience.
One of the world’s greatest threats to peace and stability will be tackled: climate change. Set in 2030, the solutions-oriented crisis simulation will challenge participants to think quickly and creatively to address transnational governance and security issues pertaining to:
- Climate-related disasters
- Weaponization of resources
- Environmental migration
Three PeaceGame sessions will take place over the course of the 2019 Paris Peace Forum, each featuring a different panel of experts tackling the same issue related to climate and security:
- 12 November, 10.45am – 1.45pm
- 12 November, 3.30pm – 6.30pm
- 13 November, 10 am – 1pm
While participants of the 3 PeaceGame sessions have already been confirmed, each session is open to the public and all those invited to the Paris Peace Forum are welcome to attend.