Climate change ‘may put world at war’

July 15, 2008 • Climate Change & Mitigation, News

Thanks to Kent Welton for this article.

Climate change could cause global conflicts as large as the two world wars but lasting for centuries unless the problem is controlled, a leading defence think tank has warned.

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The Royal United Services Institute said a tenfold increase in research spending, comparable to the amount spent on the Apollo space programme, will be needed if the world is to avoid the worst effects of changing temperatures.

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