‘Rising global temperatures, changing precipitation patterns, climbing sea levels, and more extreme weather events will intensify the challenges of global instability, hunger, poverty, and conflict,’ states the U.S. Defense Department report, ‘2014 Climate Change Adaptation Roadmap’
A fragile and unpredictable world is what many experts warn of as the climate continues to change and global economies, ecosystems and security are all in flux and under threat.
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