The impacts of climate change have become increasingly recognized as a threat to global peace and security. This course will explore the relationship between climate change, peace, and security, and examine the various dimensions of this complex intersection. Students will analyze the root causes of climate change and its impact on natural resources, including water scarcity, droughts, and rising sea levels, and how these can lead to social and political conflict. Through case studies and guest lectures, the course will examine how climate change affects vulnerable communities, as well as how responses to climate change can either exacerbate or mitigate conflict. Students will be challenged to think critically about how climate change can be addressed as a peace and security issue and explore possible solutions to this complex global challenge.