Sampling bias in climate–conflict research h/t ... a few thoughts 1/n
Climate and conflict link may be exaggerated, report says. I've long felt climate conflict has become a convenient campaigning tool for environmental groups. Isn't tinkering with the climate risky enough in itself?
How strong is the link between climate change and conflict? Not very
Does Climate Change Cause More War? Or is this claim just another example of policy-based evidence-making? Good overview article by via discussing this week's paper by C. Adams et al.
Biases in research on climate and armed conflict, which “mean that research on climate change and conflict primarily focuses on a few accessible regions, overstates the links between both phenomena and cannot explain peaceful outcomes from climate change.”
Problems with climate-conflict research? - "... research on climate change and conflict primarily focuses on a few accessible regions, overstates the links between both phenomena and cannot explain peaceful outcomes from climate change."