Security Council is studying climate change's link to security

02/15/2013 | Bloomberg

The United Nations Security Council is scheduled to meet today about the effects of climate change on global security. Joachim Schellnhuber of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research will brief members on a "reality that cannot be washed away" that is likely to spawn "all kinds of unrest and revolutions, with the export of angry and hungry people to the industrialized countries."

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