A fresh voice sounds alarm over escalating threat of global warming

Mon, 2007-09-10 11:35Bill Miller
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A fresh voice sounds alarm over escalating threat of global warming

Focusing on global warming in its July issue, Armed Forces Periodical warned of declining standards of living, increased death rates, mass health problems, food shortages and “deepening regional disparities.”

In addition to climate-change, Turkey is bedeviled by world powers seeking hegemony in the Middle East and real-estate speculation by Europeans. Israeli’s and Arabs are also reportedly buying fertile lands in Turkey.

To avert this multiplicity of threats, the article suggests forming new alliances that satisfy Turkey’s national interest.

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In less than a decade, climate change-induced sea level rise could force thousands of people to migrate from some small island developing states (SIDS), according to the executive director of the United Nations Environment Program.

The world’s 52 small island developing states (SIDS) increasingly share sea level rise and other escalating environmental threats that are further aggravated by economic insecurities, Achim Steiner added.

What makes this situation even more grievous is that the climate...

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