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William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review
From Rising Heat Comes Rising Tension in Syria: How Global Warming Started a War & Threatens Homeland Security
This Essay investigates the links of climate change as it relates to civil unrest and terrorism in Syria and the ongoing civil war occurring in the region. The goals are to explore how climate change leads to instability in the region and gives rise to the spread of terrorist organizations, and to suggest solutions to lay the foundation for restoring economic, social, and political stability in the region.
Repository CitationD'Andre Lampkin, From Rising Heat Comes Rising Tension in Syria: How Global Warming Started a War & Threatens Homeland Security, 41 Wm. & Mary Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 643 (2017), https://scholarship.law.wm.edu/wmelpr/vol41/iss3/5
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