Watch out Mother Nature, you’re about to get a sternly worded letter.
Via Foreign Policy:
On Friday, the UN Security Council will meet to consider the security implications of climate change. Council diplomats will hear from the secretary general, a top World Bank official, a leading climate expert, and representatives of island states most directly affected. For the assembled diplomats, it promises to be chock full of information. However informative, the meeting is not technically a Security Council session. Instead, it’s an “Arria formula” gathering.