Climate change: a challenge to international security
Ключові слова:Climate change; armed conflict; international security; resource scarcity
Recent severe weather events and hot temperatures are yet another evidence of ongoing environmental turbulence that is induced by a global climate change. Although natural factors play a major role, on a planetary scale, human interference has become a definitive driver. Floods in Poland or bushfires in Australia - people across the world are already experiencing the consequences. A large number of developing states believe that the main responsibility for mitigating the effects should lie with industrialized countries, in which the emissions of carbon compounds per capita are much higher than in developing ones.
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