Examining Long Term Climate Related Security Risks through the Use of Gaming and Scenario Planning
Journal Article - Open Access
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This paper examines four possible climate change-related security risks that emerged from an international game and scenario-planning session held in Delhi, India. Specifically, we discuss how climate change may increase nationalism and policies of internalization in developed countries the impact of large-scale, climate-induced migration on a countrys international policies, economic situation, and defining cultural attributes the competition for limited resources as a source of friction and the impact on policies and international relations and the potential for an emerging disparity between regions over the consensus and control of climate change-related technologies.
- Government and Political Science