Gerald Stang is a Senior Associate Analyst with the European Union Institute for Security Studies where he primarily works on energy, climate change and other emerging security challenges. He was recently a lead author for 'A New Climate for Peace', an independent report commissioned by members of the G7, which investigates the compound fragility risks posed by a changing climate. He has also researched and published on strategic foresight in international relations, the changing global environment facing the European Union, and the challenges of working with fragile states, from Haiti to Pakistan. Gerald has BSc and MSc degrees in Chemical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan and a Master in International Affairs from Columbia University, where he served as editor-in-chief of the Journal of International Affairs.
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