“Climate Change, Water Conflicts, and Human Security” report released – Infrastructure protection | Homeland Security News Wire

Increasingly, climate change and the associated increase in the frequency of extreme weather events such as floods, droughts, and rising sea level, are acknowledged as not only having humanitarian impacts, but also creating national and regional political and security risks. While people and governments can adapt to these impacts, their capacity to do so varies.
Climate change has — and will continue to have — far-reaching impacts on environmental, social, and economic conditions.
Increasingly, climate change and the associated increase in the frequency of extreme weather events such as floods, droughts, and rising sea level, are acknowledged as not only having humanitarian impacts, but also creating national and regional political and security risks. While people and governments can adapt to these impacts, their capacity to do so varies.

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via Infrastructure protection | Homeland Security News Wire.

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