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How Does War Contribute to Climate Change?

Quite a lot.

Photo by Ihor OINUA on Unsplash

The Russian conflict in the Ukraine is a tragedy for a country of 41.25 million people.

We know war brings grave risks to a country’s people and environment. What is less known are the carbon emissions levels, which will influence global stability in the long-term and distant future.




Climate-change science, sustainability, psychology and soul

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