On June 25, President Obama released a comprehensive plan to fight climate change. The plan pointed out that last year was the warmest year on record for our country. While the efforts to fight against climate change continues, researchers seem to have found another reason to prevent climate change: violence.
Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley have found strong linkages between human conflicts and climate change. Joining Current State today to discuss the findings is Solomon Hsiang, the lead author of the research. He is also the assistant professor of public policy at the University of California, Berkeley.
Research links violence and climate change by Great Lakes Echo