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CEEW discusses global resource security at UK Foreign Commonwealth Office's Wilton Park Conference
17 Jan 2013

CEEW's Dr Arunabha Ghosh participated at one of the prestigious Wilton Park Conferences in UK, an academically-independent executive agency set up by Lord Winston Churchill and run by UK's Foreign Commonwealth Office. The conference spanning three days from 14 - 16 January 2013 was titled  'Resources: trends and future challenges for states and regions- towards 2030" and aimed to assist and encourage senior officials to consider international perspectives on the implications and impact of resource security up to 2030.
This high level roundtable meeting helped provide insights into how different countries and organisations are planning for the future and assisted participants to reach a common understanding of long term trends in resource security and their implications for policy formulation and practical application at both the state and supra-state level,support national and international policy planning institutions in their contribution to global dialogue in the context of the challenges arising from resource security, build on the work of the US National Intelligence Council’s Global Trends 2030 report, develop long term relationships with international partners, and strengthen and consolidate the emerging networks of ‘futurists’. After it published the first report on India and Global  highlighting strategic priorities for India in the management of global commons, CEEW is now conducting independent research on resources security and hopes to derive sustainable scenarios for India and the world.

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