The double burden of climate exposure and state fragility | LBJ School of Public Affairs | The University of Texas at Austin
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The security implications of climate change emerged as an important area of concern in the mid-2000s in both policy circles and academia. Since then, there has been much research exploring causal pathways between climate phenomena and violent conflict, often with inconclusive or mixed results.

LBJ Professor Josh Busby sidesteps that causality debate in a new report for USAID. Keep reading to learn more.