Violence and Exodus: Extreme But Possible Effect of Global Warming
On Monday, an analyst said that the effect of global warming may lead to a more severe and serious problem other than having a shortage of food and water sources.
According to TerraDaily, The threat of great competition and war on resources can result to a failed government, and terrorism will not be far behind. Frustrated locals will find their way migrating to other places as well as compete to have a better source of basic necessities. Global warming is a serious developing situation that may still be savable at this time, said reports.
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A warmer climate, according to a report entitled "Climate Change, A Risk Assessment," may result to a very different and dangerous act, not to mention financial crisis and a military risk ahead. Global warming is caused by massive rising of temperature and sea levels threaten to occupy livable and productive land. These situations are also likely to manifest in areas where the climate can be very stifling like Africa and the Middle East.
A team on the report of Climate Change also pointed out that migration from the said places may soon become a necessity instead of a choice on their part. Even in the presence of humanitarian aid, the overwhelming result of global warming will soon consume all their efforts. In the report, it stated "Climate change is likely to increase environmental stresses on many countries at the same time. And even sophisticated countries may be unable to deal with the combinations of stresses."
Members of the United Nations will convene in order to formulate an agreement that will realize the effects of global warming and introduce ways to prevent it. In an Article by Smithsonian, in Pakistan, rise in temperature can cause men in the country to move out of town at the rate of 11 times more than women. While people migrate for other reasons such as work, love or plain travel, migrating because of global warming will not be far behind. Climate changes can be in the form of "strengthening storms," "changes on rainfall" as well as "coastal erosion."