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Water scarcity, climate adaption, and armed conflict

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Frame of Image ude – by human actions • Long term holds dire consequences, barring adroit action
– Which seems increasingly unlikely
• You don’t have to ‘buy’ my assumptions
– But you should be able to support alternatives – Science should be at the core of those alternatives
What we want to know
• What are the consequences to be expected? • How do humans react under conditions of stress?
– Is there room for cooperation – Or is conflict the expected result
• What is the evidence linking climate to conflict? • Is it theoretically grounded? • How could we get better evidence or better theory?
Contemporary Scholarship
• Hsaing, Burke, Miguel (in combinations) find climate causes conflict
– Science, 1 s.d. increase leads to 14% increase in armed conflict (also PNAS) – Meta analysis and debates about it
• Schleussner et al, PNAS, climate driven EWD cause conflict when ethnic divisions • Witmer at el, JPR, increasing temp forecast to increase conflict • And on and on. Syria the poster child, Kelley et al.
Contemporary scholarship
• A critical side to this scholarship • Buhaug et al show Hsaing, Burke, Miguel doesn’t hold
– Challenged by Miguel and Ming – Re-evaluated by O’loughlin et al
• Theisen et al, argue that climate is much less important than other political variables • But…Saleyan and Hendrix, von Uexkull and Fjelda…
Other ways to the same problem
• Climate causes something, like food scarcity, so… • Bazzi and Blattman, economic shocks lead to conflict • Hendrix and Haggard, climate chang


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Title Water scarcity, climate adaption, and armed conflict
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Material Type Report
Author(English)

Hyun Kim

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Chungnam National University

Date 2020-09
Event The frontiers in development policy conference 2020 (Online)
Subject Country Africa(Africa)
Language English
File Type Documents
Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < Agriculture
Territorial Development < Environment
Holding Chungnam National University
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