Forecasting civil conflict along the shared socioeconomic pathways

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Climate change and armed civil conflict are both linked to socioeconomic development, although conditions that facilitate peacemay not necessarily facilitatemitigation and adaptation to climate change.While economic growth lowers the risk of conflict, it is generally associatedwith increased greenhouse gas emissions and costs of climatemitigation policies… (More)

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@inproceedings{Buhaug2016ForecastingCC, title={Forecasting civil conflict along the shared socioeconomic pathways}, author={Halvard Buhaug and Stephanie TWaldhoff}, year={2016} }