The Navy next week will host an open-source table-top wargame to experiment with how climate change could affect a future conflict, a service official said today. …
“By 2030, poorer nations and poorer populations are most adversely affected and lease able to cope with the worst effects of climate change. Migrations increase in frequency and scale as the poor move toward the urban littorals,” the document reads. “Influxes of people of different religions, ethnicities, tribes, and family and belief systems create new tensions. Moreover, increasing migration begins to overburden social welfare infrastructure in places already struggling to cope with societal issues.”
If the US Navy thinks climate change is likely to lead to security threats, such as when “influxes of people of different religions, ethnicities, tribes, and family and belief systems create new tensions”, maybe the USA should anticipate this climate threat by securing vulnerable borders with walls?
Billions of dollars in expenditure on reacting to the alleged dangers of increasing carbon dioxide, but zero time or expenditure on due diligence of the allegations. Check the climate models. (Am I the only person in the world to have done so?)