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Dwindling resources. Massive population shifts. Natural disasters. Any of the expected consequences of climate change could - as Gwyne Dyer argues - tip the world towards chaos and conflict. Bold, unflinching, and based on extensive research, Climate Wars is an essential guide to the future of our planet that grippingly reveals just how far world powers are likely to go to ensure their own survival in an increasingly hostile environment.
Gwynne Dyer has worked as a freelance journalist, columnist, broadcaster, and is author of several books, including War: The Lethal Custom, Future: Tense, and The Mess They Made.
Table of Contents
|The Year 2045||p. 1|
|The Geopolitics of Climate Change||p. 3|
|Russia, 2019||p. 29|
|An Inevitable Crisis||p. 41|
|United States, 2029||p. 75|
|Feedbacks: How Much, How Fast?||p. 85|
|Northern India, 2036||p. 111|
|We Can Fix This…||p. 123|
|A Happy Tale||p. 153|
|…But Probably Not in Time||p. 165|
|United States and United Kingdom, 2055||p. 181|
|Real World Politics||p. 189|
|China, 2042||p. 215|
|Emergency Measures||p. 227|
|Childhood's End||p. 265|
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