How climate change is driving geopolitical risk

February 18, 2019

Climate change contributing to food and water shortages, upheaval and unrest, migration and warfare is a story that has been with us through the ages. It is still with us today as pressures exerted by changing climate trends and extreme weather events are once again implicated in famine, migration, destruction, and conflict.

As our world faces up to current climate change, it’s clear that understanding and facing up to the geopolitically driven risks and opportunities they present will be key to local and global stability.


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