In: climate change

Is there a link between climate change and violent conflicts? by Eleni Krikeli
September 3, 2019

Since the beginning of the twenty first century we have become witnesses to the increase  of violent conflicts due to the…

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The use of tort law in climate litigation: The Urgenda case.
June 20, 2018

Urgenda Foundation v. The State of the Netherlands, C/09/456689/HA ZA 13-1396 (24 June 2015). In order to effectively tackle the issue…

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Environmental Migration: A 21st Century issue with no solution
May 28, 2018

Environmental migration is one of those new potential threats to national security that the nation’s cannot even predict. It…

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Climate Policy in the Age of Trump. Are we headed towards environmental disaster?
April 16, 2018

Climate change, we can now assert with absolute certainty, exist and is a global problem. Mitigation and adaptation from it poses…

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Water Crisis and its Impact on International Security: Water Scarcity as the Next Great Driver of Conflicts
February 9, 2017

 “Of all the social and natural crises we humans face, the water crisis is the one that lies at the heart…

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The unlikely Catholic: Pope Francis in the Philippines
January 29, 2015

Pope Francis embarked on a week-long journey to Asia, his first for this year, as part of his pastoral visit to…

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Ground Zero: Capitalism and climate change
January 12, 2015

There are no natural disasters, only natural hazards. Truth be told, disasters are in part— a result of human intervention or…

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