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Increasingly security is no longer just threatened by another ‘actor’ but by events, such as climate change. But is climate change enough to promote local hostilities, inequity, or political and/or social instability?

Increasingly security is no longer just threatened by another ‘actor’ but by events, such as climate change. But is climate change enough to promote local hostilities, inequity, or political and/or social instability? The reality is that when climate change is compounded by nationalistic values of inequity, elites drive for power, poverty, persecution, and a problematic social, economic, and/or political environment it can lead to structural violence and conflict within a country and a possible spillover effect in the region and the international community. Thus, when integrating the concern of climate change in your reflection answer the question, how does climate change (i.e. food insecurity; desertification; droughts; sea level rise; flooding; access to clean water; and shifting weather patterns) correlate to the nationalistic values and social, economic, and/or political conflict in your country of concern?


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