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Kenneth Rogoff
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  • ENVIRONMENT, Climate Change, GEOPOLITICS, Conflicts

    Jeff Goodell, "Welcome to the Age of Climate Migration"

    Rolling Stones - 27 Mar 2018

    This article focuses on the US but portends a much larger global trend: climate migration. Last year in the US, extreme weather events displaced more than a million people from their homes. As the journalist explains, thus is about to reshape the country and its people in many different respects: economically, financially, socially, and also psychologically for those concerned (reads in more than 15 min).

    Published in Weekly selection 2 March 2018

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  • ENVIRONMENT, Climate Change, Sustainability

    Jahda Swanborough, "Humanity’s most existential risks are getting worse. Here’s a major reason why"

    World Economic Forum - 19 Jan 2018

    Environmental issues dominate the list of the most urgent risks identified in this year’s WEF annual assessment of global risks.  Environmental pollution is no longer just a global externality – to be dealt with by someone else at some other time. We are now internalizing environmental risks within our own bodies, often unwittingly and even in the richest countries in the world (reads in 5-7 min).

    Published in Weekly selection 19 January 2018

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  • ENVIRONMENT, Climate Change

    Anatol Lieven, "The Only Force That Can Beat Climate Change Is the U.S. Army"

    Foreign Policy - metered paywall - 9 Jan 2018

    Now that the Trump administration has removed climate change from the list of security threats under its new National Security Strategy (NSS), the academic contends that military is the only institution that can break the partisan deadlock on the issue. He quotes various reports showing the link between global warming and critical issues of national security. The threat comes from the direct impact of climate change on agricultural production and sea levels but equally importantly from the huge waves of migration that climate change is likely to cause (reads in 6-8 min).

    Published in Weekly selection 12 January 2018

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