Human & environmental security: what the Pacific can teach NZ & Australia about climate change (2016)
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PublisherMACMILLAN BROWN CENTRE FOR PACIFIC STUDIES
MACMILLAN BROWN CENTRE FOR PACIFIC STUDIES
This paper assumes knowledge and general acceptance of how climate change issues are affecting the Pacific region. It is understood that globally there is a need to limit human induced temperature rise and the fact that sea water intrusion, flooding, storms and droughts are already increasing in intensity. The issue of water is a particular concern and as an immediate security threat to the sustainability of Pacific populations may be more urgent than any of the other threats of climate change.
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