Monday, August 22, 2011

Climate Change and Global Conflict

At the Climate Research Expo, Devin Bowles, from the
National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health is talking about the indirect effects on health of climate change. He pointed out that changes in weather patterns, such as drought in the Sudan, will result in conflict. As well as the causalities from wars caused, there will also be a breakdown in infrastructure, resulting in disease. The RAND Corporation, a US military think tank, has produced a series of papers on climate change and security

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