The European Union stands at a critical juncture aiming to externalise its Green Deal in a complex geopolitical environment. The Green Deal is the most advanced political and technical proposition to chart forward a regional climate transition. For all its worth, it is still currently inadequate to face the extensive ecological breakdowns undermining international security as well as the European project itself. The EU needs to develop a full-fledge ecological diplomacy approach at the heart of its foreign policy. In her research, Olivia Lazard focuses on a specific case study to illustrate what a context-specific ecological approach can look like.