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Putin’s War Is Also Promoting Climate Catastrophe

War is never good for the environment, but the implications are even more dangerous this time

An LNG tanker, a specialized ship for transporting liquefied natural gas and a proposed solution to the emerging energy shortage in Europe due to Putin’s War. (IStock photo)

Putin’s invasion of Ukraine and the ongoing death and destruction it has caused are a great human tragedy and history changing. Yet the longer-term implications for climate change may be equally grave.




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Alan S. Miller

Alan S. Miller

Alan S. Miller is co-author of “Cut Super Climate Pollutants Now!”. His full bio and links to writing are available at

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