Climate as a risk factor for armed conflict

@article{Mach2019ClimateAA,
  title={Climate as a risk factor for armed conflict},
  author={K. Mach and Caroline M. Kraan and W. N. Adger and H. Buhaug and M. Burke and J. Fearon and C. Field and Cullen S. Hendrix and Jean-François Maystadt and J. O'Loughlin and P. Roessler and J. Scheffran and K. A. Schultz and N. Uexkull},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-5}
}
  • K. Mach, Caroline M. Kraan, +11 authors N. Uexkull
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine
  • Nature
  • Research findings on the relationship between climate and conflict are diverse and contested. Here we assess the current understanding of the relationship between climate and conflict, based on the structured judgments of experts from diverse disciplines. These experts agree that climate has affected organized armed conflict within countries. However, other drivers, such as low socioeconomic development and low capabilities of the state, are judged to be substantially more influential, and the… CONTINUE READING
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