Understanding the Connections Between Climate Change and Conflict: Contributions From Geography and Political Ecology
Source: Current Climate Change Reports, 2017
Author(s): Daniel Abrahams and Edward R. Carr
Democratic Republic of the Congo,
The connections between climate change and conflict inherently raise questions related to space, scale, and nature-society relations, all themes central to modern geographic thought. The geographic and political ecological literature — and the literature informed by geography and political ecology — generally explores the relationship between climate change and conflict...