NewEnergyNews: International Climate Crisis Looms Over War

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  • The New Energy World At War

    Friday, March 04, 2022

    International Climate Crisis Looms Over War

    Climate emergency a ‘national security’ concern, says Red Cross; On eve of alarming IPCC report, organisation warns governments to treat crisis on a par with war and peace

    Fiona Harvey, 27 February 2022 (UK Guardian)

    “Governments must start treating the climate crisis as a national security concern on a par with war as climate breakdown threatens countries’ stability and safety…The Red Cross has warned that at least 1.7 billion people already face serious problems, including food and water shortages, arising from or made worse by the climate crisis. Before the outbreak of Covid-19, the organisation – which works in conflict zones and with those affected by disasters – found that 2 million people a week needed humanitarian assistance owing to the impacts of climate breakdown…

    More people are facing hunger, water shortages and the prospect of having to move to avoid natural disasters such as floods, droughts and extreme temperatures…Governments are not used to thinking of the climate in terms of national security…[but the problems of the climate crisis are] unfolding in ways not yet widely acknowledged…All government departments must be included in the response to climate breakdown…” click here for more

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