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Publications relevant for the 'Climate Change and the Military' project.

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Climate Change, Water, and the Himalayas

"The Tibetan Plateau, whose glaciers supply water to some 40 percent of the world's population, is a climate change hotspot that has experienced a 1 degree Celsius temperature rise in the past decade alone. The 40,000+ glaciers in China's Himalayas...

Climate Change: A New Threat to Middle East Security

With the Middle East being the world?s most water-stressed region, climate change, which is projected to cause sea level rise, more extreme weather events, such as droughts and floods, and less precipitation, will contribute to even greater water...

Climate Conflicts in the Horn of Africa?

As climate change has moved up the political agenda over the last two decades, there has been a concomitant increase in the number of scientific exercises dealing with environmental and climate security. On the broader issue of environmental...

Climate may heat crises, too, military analysts say

"Top US defense officials are envisioning ways that American military personnel, equipment, and installations might be affected by extreme weather events, rising ocean temperatures, shifts in rainfall patterns, and other natural resource stresses...

Climatic Cataclysm: The Foreign Policy and National Security Implications of Climate Change.

Over the last two decades, many experts have made urgent calls to take the global environment seriously as a national security problem. But the diffuse and remote nature of the threat has made it difficult to integrate planetary peril into...

Council conclusions on Climate change and security

The Joint Paper on ?Climate Change and International Security? (CCIS) concluded that climate change is a threat multiplier and compromises the interests and security of the EU and its partners around the world. It outlined the main threats climate...

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