Climate change is one of the biggest challenges of our time. Societal and political debates mostly focus on the ecological consequences of global warming, such as melting polar ice caps, catastrophic floods and extreme summer heat. But could climate change have an effect on security policy as well? Is there, for example, an increase in the number of conflicts observable as a result of rising global temperatures and their immediate impact on water scarcity and migration? How is climate change affecting security policy decisions? Our researchers examine these questions in various projects.