War without gunfire

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Experts from 11 countries worldwide have concluded that climate change poses significant risks to the security of the world and every country. At first listen, the relation between climate change and global security does not seem close together but the arguments of scientists led people to look back.
The warming of the Earth's climate leads to the scarcity of water and food, causing large-scale distress migration. Rising temperature makes sea levels risen and arable land area shrunken, pushing people to the conflicts for resources. Meanwhile, migration is the choice for those who live in areas affected by climate change and the situation is forecasted to take place in a large and unprecedented scale in history.
The wave of mass migration from the Middle East, North Africa to Europe is causing many issues because it entails many implications, which are emerging security issues. The main cause of this wave comes from political instability and conflict, the problems have deep roots from the effects of climate change and entail consequences such as terrorism, crime are difficult to avoid.

Meanwhile, national security issues are always at the forefront of every country. Many countries are ready to spend billions of dollars to ensure security. However, the budget devoted to the fight against climate change is not a priority. Warning of the experts mentioned above shows that countries should reconsider the anti-climate change, a war without gunfire but extremely hot.
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John Smith 28/7/15 07:52

There is something glorious and wonderful about the idea that we live in a world where the most pressing concern for all people, rich and poor alike from every nation, is that the air might be changing temperature and that it might not rain in the same place next year as it did this year.

Gentle Moon 28/7/15 07:52

Obviously, while I can understand that a huge number of lives are being destroyed by unrestrained weapon sales to armed groups in the world, we need to balance the possibility that those people exist against the possibility that weapons sales make great money for people who certainly do exist.

LawrenceSamuels 28/7/15 07:54

Climate change will complicate and worsen existing global security problems, such as civil wars, strife between nations and refugees

Jane smartnic 28/7/15 07:54

Fights over resources, like water and energy, hunger and extreme weather will all go into the mix to further destabilise the world

yobro yobro 28/7/15 07:56

climate change a "threat multiplier" to go with poverty, political instability and social tensions worldwide.

Love Peace 28/7/15 07:56

Warming will trigger new problems but also provide countries new opportunities for resources and shipping routes in places such as the melting Arctic

MaskOf Zero 28/7/15 07:58

along with other causes, the conflict in the Darfur region of western Sudan "began as an ecological crisis, arising at least in part from climate change

Only Solidar 28/7/15 07:59

Climate change will not directly cause conflict - but it will exacerbate issues of poor governance, resource inequality and social unrest,

Pack Cassiopian 28/7/15 08:00

if you are already living in a place affected by violent conflict I suspect climate change becomes the least of your worries

Deck Hero14 28/7/15 08:02

People should make high sense about this issue in future so that keep a safe world for our next generations

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