Climate change can impact security in a number of ways in Central Asia. These impacts affect shared natural resources, thereby exacerbating the risks for human security, livelihoods, and economic development. As these risks are shared across the region, they also provide entry points for co-operation. The OSCE, in partnership with adelphi, embarked in 2020 on the project “Strengthening responses to security risks from climate change in South-Eastern Europe, Eastern Europe, the South Caucasus, and Central Asia”. Within the framework of the project, this report presents the results of a regional consultation process on climate change and security in Central Asia, primarily based on a workshop held in Almaty, Kazakhstan on 13-14 July 2022, and informed by further exchanges with experts and stakeholders from the region as well as desk research.