Report links climate change to Syria conflict
A new study finds climate change exacerbated the worst drought ever in modern Syria, bringing about social unrest and pushing the country into civil war . Dr. Peter Gleick, co-founder and president of the Pacific Institute, elaborates on these findings.
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