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Why successful peacebuilding means managing natural resources

A Haitian boy receives water from U.S. forces at a food distribution point in Port-au-Prince January 19, 2010. Thousands more U.S. troops will help U.N. peace keepers keep order on Haiti's increasingly lawless streets as tens of thousands of survivors wait desperately for aid.  REUTERS/Jorge Silva (HAITI - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY) - GM1E61K03ZQ01

Environmental factors play a vital role in peacebuilding – and climate change will increase the challenge Image: REUTERS/Jorge Silva

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